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CONGDON PARK

Duluth's Congdon bear spent the winter under a front yard, but up and left in March.
Estimated total damage cost is around $70,000
Not quite ready for its long winter nap, the bruin is still making nightly garbage raids.
The trail is about 1.2 miles out and back. It starts at East Superior Street, near Congdon Park Elementary School, and ends at Vermillion Road.

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