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They roam throughout the summer in search of food sources.Females will travel roughly 10 square miles, and males may go up to 50 square miles from home.They are the most common bear in North America and are certainly not strangers to the Garden State.
The loss of their homes has forced the bears to adapt to humans.
Black bear prefer to live in dense cover, such as forests, cedar swamps, thickets, brush and clear cuts populated with saplings.
Their choice of home range is determined by the types and availability of food.
According to the Division of Fish and Game, 46 road-killed bears were recovered in 1999.
In New Jersey, black bear commonly live into their teens, which may be due to the abundance of food in this area.
There are 600 bears tagged by the Division of Fish, Game and Wildlife in New Jersey.