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Wildlife Research Institute biologist Lynn Rogers hand feeds June, a 300-plus-pound pregnant black bear in the woods near Ely, Minn. Derek Montgomery | Minnesota Public Radio

Rogers does what it takes to get close to bears

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By DAN KRAKER, MPR News 91.3 FM

EAGLES NEST TOWNSHIP, Minn. – Bear hunting season in Minnesota is always a nerve-wracking time of year for Lynn Rogers. So far this year, none of the bears the controversial researcher is studying near Ely have been shot by hunters.

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