The “Glendale bear,” a 400-pound black bear that has been causing a stir with its visits to the hillside communities around Angeles National Forest, was given a lift back home Tuesday morning after Fish and Game authorities captured and contained him.
Bye, Glen Bearian…
Photo: La Crescenta — The bear starts to feel the effects of the tranquilizer, finally collapsing. Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times

The “Glendale bear,” a 400-pound black bear that has been causing a stir with its visits to the hillside communities around Angeles National Forest, was given a lift back home Tuesday morning after Fish and Game authorities captured and contained him.

Bye, Glen Bearian

Photo: La Crescenta — The bear starts to feel the effects of the tranquilizer, finally collapsing. Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times

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