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Polar Bear Photos

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This polar bear was first seen in the community of Goose Cove on April 10, 2011.. Authorities monitored the bear's travels into St. Anthony.. The polar bear was reported to have been seen at 'Friendship Park' and Woodward Motors dealership.. The bear also spent some time on the east side of St. Anthony..


Photos by Mayor Ernest Simms - April 11, 2011

Polar Bear in St. Anthony (east side) on April 11, 2011; photo by Mayor Ernest Simms Polar Bear in St. Anthony (east side) on April 11, 2011; photo by Mayor Ernest Simms Polar Bear in St. Anthony (east side) on April 11, 2011; photo by Mayor Ernest Simms


Photos by Sheena Maron - April 10, 2011

Polar Bear in St. Anthony on April 10, 2011; photo by Sheena Maron Polar Bear in St. Anthony on April 10, 2011; photo by Sheena Maron Polar Bear in St. Anthony on April 10, 2011; photo by Sheena Maron


A Polar Bear wandered into the St. Carol's area on April 15, 2009..

Polar Bear in St. Carol's on April 15, 2009 (Trout Pond Hill)


The photos below show the cages that are used to temporarily contain 2 Polar Bears. The photos were taken on April 14, 2008 - Department of Fisheries building, St. Anthony.. These Polar Bears were tranquilized & captured - and were waiting to be transported the next morning by helicopter towards Labrador (to be released).

Polar Bear in St. Anthony area on April 14, 2008 Polar Bear in St. Anthony area on April 14, 2008 Polar Bear in St. Anthony area on April 14, 2008 Polar Bear in St. Anthony area on April 14, 2008 Polar Bear in St. Anthony area on April 14, 2008 Polar Bear in St. Anthony area on April 14, 2008


These photos were taken of a Polar Bear wandering in the Milan Arm area on March 29, 2008 - courtesy of RCMP..

Polar Bear in Milan Arm area on March 29, 2008 Polar Bear in Milan Arm area on March 29, 2008 Polar Bear in Milan Arm area on March 29, 2008 Polar Bear in Milan Arm area on March 29, 2008

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Norpen Bus Service to St. Anthony

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