Calgary police want people to keep an eye out for a mama bear and her cub reported wandering through the communities of Cedarbrae and Oakridge early Tuesday morning.
The pair has been spotted in multiple yards along the western edge of the city and toward the Tsuut’ina Nation boundary.
Security cameras captured the bears making their way throught a neighbourhood shortly before 4 a.m.
As residents begin their day, they are asked to be extra careful.
In a statement, Calgary Police Service officials are asking residents to take a look out the window to make sure there’s no sign of the bears before heading out the door.
Anyone who does come across the bears is asked to keep their distance and if they can, head inside their vehicle or home.
Alberta Fish and Wildlife have also been notified, and police continue to monitor the bears’ movements.
Officials were keeping an eye on the north side of the Weaselhead area late Monday morning and are hoping the animals moved west on their own.
BEARS IN CEDARBRAE/OAKRIDGE AREA
A bear and her cub have been seen in yards along the western edge of Cedarbrae and Oakridge, near the border of the Tsuut'ina Nation. Please be cautious in the area this morning.@Tsuutinapolice #yyc #yyctransit #yycroads #yyctraffic pic.twitter.com/vKn3GRCXzF
— Calgary Police (@CalgaryPolice) October 12, 2021