Out on a date, two bears come to dine at Salisbury home

These bears entered a garage in Salisbury on Sunday; two others broke into the kitchen of a home in the Taconic neighborhood and helped themselves to snacks. Photo by Higgs Merino

SALISBURY — The beautiful weather last week brought many Northwest Corner residents out of their homes, including the bears, who made some unwanted social calls in Salisbury — including one in the far-north section of town known as Taconic, in which two bears wedged themselves into a small kitchen and rifled through the cupboards.

Many of the sightings in the past couple weeks have involved one larger bear (male) and one smaller (female).

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