Seen more bears in your neighborhood lately? Here's why

Rainbows and hearts and bears, oh my.


During this time of quarantine and self-isolation, people are finding ways to entertain themselves and their neighbors. Some are even going hunting.


No, not that kind of hunting.

They’re hunting things like stuffed bears and rainbows as a fun, safe way to keep kids entertained while social distancing.

People leave the stuffed animals, rainbows or encouraging notes in their windows, doors, mailboxes, trees and other creative places for kids to find.

Guardians can take children around their neighborhoods to “hunt,” while staying a safe distance away, and kids stuck at home get some creative play time.

If you’re looking for some social-distancing fun, and want to get out of the house, why not try starting a scavenger hunt in your community?