“Authorities determined it must have been a bear due to the interior damage to the car, as well as the fact that the bear defecated in the cab.”
— Dave Eisenstadter (@DaveEisen) August 9, 2017
The bear hunting season is almost upon us in Vermont — Sept. 1, according to a recent news release from Vermont Fish & Wildlife. (This is considered the “early season,” and hunters need a special permit.) There are new rules this year requiring hunters to “collect and turn in a small pre-molar tooth from each harvested bear,” so if you’re not totally squeamish about that kind of thing, you can watch a video that the department shared about just how to do that. Learn more about the rules and regs.