Whether it's due to climate change, population growth or conservation, contact between wild animals and humans in the United States are on the rise.
Nowhere is this more so than in communities throughout the Rocky Mountains. In the area around Durango, in south-western Colorado, there were more than 1,500 reported sightings of black bears last year - with almost two-thirds of respondents reporting bears digging into their rubbish bins.
Are the increased sightings due to more bears or bolder bears?
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