PEARL – Mississippi Emergency Management Agency and Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks officials want to remind residents to be cautious of wildlife when returning to areas affected by Isaac.
Wildlife could be displaced because of flooding, and could now inhabit residential and commercial areas. People are asked to limit interaction with any animals that are now in these areas.
Some animals that could be displaced include:
- Black Bears
If unsure whether an animal is dangerous, always assume that it is. Also, never feed these wild animals, as this will increase the possibility of them remaining in the area. Most wildlife will return to their original habitat.
For more information about these animals, or to report wild animals in your area, contact 1-800-BE SMART (237-6278) anytime during crises.
For more information, contact the State Emergency Joint Information Center at 866-920-MEMA (6362), or visit us online at www.msema.org. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook using the keyword MSEMA.
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