WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. — Wildlife officials said people are still leaving food out for bears, despite repeated warning that it creates a dangerous situation for both man and beast. WESH 2’s Dave McDaniel explored the similar challenged officials face in two different Central Florida neighborhoods.FWC set a trap Wednesday for a bear which has been hanging out near Daytona Beach. A bear garnering plenty of attention.The problem for FWC, people are leaving food out for the bear, discouraging it from moving on.”At some point that bear is going to either cross a road and get hit by a car, potentially hurt somebody, or become so food conditioned that we don’t have the option to release it back into the forest, and we may have… Next »
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