There's only this, about another bear encounter:
Wildlife officials are recommending people stay away from the Rover's Run trail in Far North Bicentennial Park after a brown bear charged a cyclist Tuesday.
The 3,700-foot trail comes close to Campbell Creek's south fork and is notorious for human-bear encounters this time of year, when salmon are present. Park advocates and the city plan to move it away from the creek next summer. Until then, a multitude of signs warn of the bruins lurking in the vegetation along Rover's Run.
Four women biking the trail had a close encounter Tuesday morning, said Dave Battle, a wildlife biologist with the state Department of Fish and Game. The first two passed by a bear in some bushes but did not see it, Battle said. The third woman spotted it, and it charged the fourth, he said.
"It was probably typical defensive behavior," Battle said. "Sometime brown bear behavior is to run away and sometimes it's to run at the person."
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