Seward interviewed by News Center Maine on black bear hibernation

News Center Maine interviewed Lindsay Seward, a principal lecturer of wildlife ecology at the University of Maine, regarding the spring hibernation patterns of black bears. Researchers like Seward have been closely watching for any impacts black bears may be facing due to climate change. “They’re eating ants; they’re eating raspberries; they’re eating acorns and are able to exploit those foods,” Seward said. “So, I think, yes, bears are resilient to some of these changes.”