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* 1. Your contact information:

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* 4. Location of sighting (nearest address or best description):

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* 5. Date and time of sighting:
(If you are reporting more than one sighting, please indicate the date and time of your most recent sighting.)

Date / Time

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* 6. What was the bear doing?
For Bear Wise tips and reporting, contact the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry at 1-866-514-2327 or visit their website.

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* 7. What behaviour or characteristic did you observe about the bear?

Thank you for participating. Your information is important. Your sighting will be displayed on the Report-a-Bear map within a day or two. This program is for information only, not for reporting emergencies.

If a bear poses an immediate threat to personal safety, call 9-1-1. Examples of emergency encounters: When a bear: enters a school yard while school is in session; enters or tries to enter a home; wanders into a public gathering; kills pets or livestock; or stalks people and lingers at the site.


Notice of Collection:
Personal information that you provide is collected by the City of Greater Sudbury under the authority of section 10(2) paragraph 5 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25 for the purpose of displaying bear sightings on the Report-a-Bear Map and for determining patterns and intensity of bear sightings. Questions relating to the use, collection and disclosure of this personal information may be addressed to the Manager of Environmental Planning Initiatives, City of Greater Sudbury at PO Box 5000, Stn. A, 200 Brady St., Sudbury, ON P3A 5P3, by email at
bear@greatersudbury.ca or by calling 705-674-4455 ext. 4297. Your name and contact information will not be made public.

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