Why we’re seeing a surge in sightings of a rare and unusual animal in the park
When the sun rises in early July, it’s a time of abundance for animals like deer and deer antlers.
They’re a staple of many parks in Saskatchewan and Canada.
But for the last several years, it has also been a time for people to see a rare sight.
The sighting of a male white bear in a park near Saskatoon is one such sighting, which has caught the attention of people from around the world.
It’s an anomaly.
It is, to say the least, unique.
The bear, which is currently resting in a protected area in the southern Saskatchewan park, was last seen on the morning of July 5, 2017, just hours after sunset.
It was spotted by a group of people in the vicinity of Lake Cootes National Park.
A park spokesperson confirmed the sighting and said it’s the first time a white bear has been seen in the area in more than five years.
According to the Parks Canada, the bear was probably in the Black Forest, a park in southwestern Saskatchewan.
“It is not known how the animal came into contact with the group or how long it remained there,” the spokesperson said in an email.
“The group was able to get into the area and photograph the bear and return the photo to the park where the group recorded it.”
It’s the second time this year that a white and black bear have been seen together.
A female white bear was photographed in the summer of 2016 in the northern Saskatchewan park of Lusk.
That animal was also seen in a similar park in August.
In addition to the white and the black bear, the sightings have also drawn attention to a white male bear, who is known as a tundra bear.
A similar sighting has been reported in the same park.
There are no sightings of white or black bears in the region.
The sighting is not the first sighting of the white bear that has been in the Parks Service area of Saskatchewan.
The bear was also spotted in the Lusk area in December 2016.
It’s not known whether the bear has a new location.
The park has a long-term conservation plan in place to protect the wildlife, according to the spokesperson.
In a statement released by the Parks Agency, the Parks and Wildlife Conservation Authority said they’ve been monitoring the bear’s behavior in the past several years and have been able to determine that it’s no longer present in the Park Service area.
“There have been several documented sightings of the black and white bear over the past few years,” the statement read.
“This is the first confirmed sighting in a national park.”
The Parks Service has also announced that the bear will no longer be allowed to hunt in the national park.
“The park is committed to ensuring that all wildlife species are kept healthy and protected,” the Parks agency said in a statement.
“We have always followed the rules and regulations to maintain a safe and healthy environment for the animals.”