More than 5,000 black bears live in New Hampshire, and can be found in almost every part of the state. But Andrew Timmins, who grew up there, didn't see his first bear until he was nearly 20. Now, as the state's Bear Project leader, he sees lots of them.
Sean Hurley of Here & Now contributor New Hampshire Public Radio spent a day with Timmins at a bear hotspot near a popular ski resort and learned how Timmins catches and relocates troublesome bears.
Sean Hurley, reporter, New Hampshire Public Radio. He tweets @Sherwinsleeves.
This segment aired on July 4, 2016.