Conservation officials cannot provide the exact location of rerelease, but said it was moved to a "remote coastal site" near a river populated by salmon.It was inspected before being released, and appeared to be healthy, officials said.
Grizzlies like the one in the footage are "very rare" in parts of the coast populated by humans, according to the B. Dean Miller said only one other grizzly has been reported on the Sunshine Coast in the last 50 years.
The other sighting was reported last month, when a bear was shot by a hobby farmer in Egmont.
The inlets, bays, hills and mountains, have long been the domain of the Shshlh Nation, and make up the backbone of our community today.
Shop and Eat Local in Sechelt Sechelt brims with specialty shops carrying artisan wares from around the Sunshine Coast.
Dont forget to bring your camera to capture the beautiful views of the ocean and Coast Mountains.
Visit the House of Hewhiwus Museum for a glimpse into the history of the Shshlh [Sechelt] people.
Grizzlies are no more dangerous than black bears, Miller said, and cases of humans being attacked by grizzlies are very rare in B. Anyone who sees a grizzly in Sechelt or the surrounding area is asked to contact officials at 1-877-952-7277.
The Best of Sechelt - Kayaking, the Boardwalk, and a hub for the Arts, Culture and History on the Sunshine Coast The boardwalk along the shore in Sechelt offers beautiful views, from the totem poles on the Shshlh lands to the sea on one side and gardens and the forest on the other.
The bear seems uninterested in the dog, sitting and eventually lying down without looking at the tail-wagging troublemaker.