NewsTwo of the four garbage can-raiding Iroquois Falls bears trapped, relocated SHARE ON: Bob McIntyre, staff Tuesday, Jun. 8th, 2021 One of the live bear traps set in Iroquois Falls by MNRF. They have been removed, but will be back when the weather cools off to trap the two remaining garbage-eating bears. (Danny McIntyre)We have an update on the three little bears and their Mama who were dining on garbage can buffets in Iroquois Falls.MNRF outreach specialist Karen Passmore says the cubs were born last year, and the sow was trying to send them off to establish their own territories as adults.“So knowing this, MNRF was able to trap two of the three yearlings and relocate them north of Cochrane,” Passmore continues. “But due to the extreme heat we’ve been experiencing, the remaining traps were pulled.”“Once the temperatures cool a little bit, they’ll be able to reset the traps and then hopefully will be able to trap the remaining bears and relocate them.”In hot weather, a bear is at risk if it spends any amount of time inside the live trap.(File photo by pixabay. com)For all you need to know about bears, how to keep them out of your yard and other helping information, click here.