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Today, bear hunters are celebrating their triumph in the wilds of New Zealand with a feast of borations, as the species is poised to be reintroduced to a new world.
The first of these will be held at Nelson’s Nelson Museum, where the bear has been kept for more than 50 years.
“It’s a big milestone,” Nelson Museum conservation officer Steve Stoughton told BBC New Zealand.
It’s really a very special day for the conservation of the bear and for the museum.
“We’ve been keeping the bear at Nelson for decades, and we’re hoping to bring it back.”
The hunt for the new bear will take place from 1-5 March.
Nelson Museum director and director of the Nelson Museum Ian McClelland said the bear was originally released in 1972 as a trophy.
In 1973, the Nelson Conservation Society was granted a licence to hunt and kill the animal for the first time in its history.
“The first time it was released was in 1973, so it was quite a long time ago,” Mr McCleland said.
He said the hunt would take place in “a safe environment” where “the public are safe”.
“They’re all very aware that there’s a risk involved in doing it, and they’re aware that the bear is going to be shot.”
He said “there’s no question” of the public being hurt.
“It doesn’t make a difference to the bear.”‘
There are risks involved in shooting a bear, but there are no concerns about them’Mr McCleal said there was no need for people to be “too anxious” to hunt the bear.
There are two types of bear in New Zealand, the male and female.
They live in dens in various parts of the country and “the males are much more aggressive than the females,” he said.
“So you need to be careful with the shot.”
The bear is not currently known to be pregnant, but Mr McClal said “theoretically, they could be pregnant”.
“They are very aggressive, so you can’t shoot them in the head.”
They have a huge, long neck, so the head needs to be removed.
“”There are some issues with them being released into the wild.
They’ve had a lot of trouble getting on the mainland.
“But they’re also very popular, so I think that will all come down to the weather.”
Nelson has a population of about 500 bears, but the hunt for them is not planned for the summer.
Mr McClall said the “long wait” for the reintroduction of the bears had been worth it.
“I think we’ve been lucky,” he told the BBC.
“There’s a good reason why it’s so hard to get the bear back.”