Keep your eyes peeled for that black bear. He was most recently, seen in the area of East Greenwich and North Kingstown Wednesday night. Before that, he was in Cranston.
Now, he is creating quite the following on Twitter, with three handles and hundreds following his every move.
"It could be following dog food sources in backyards as opposed to a natural food source, so pretty much anything could be directing its movement at this point," said bear expert at the Roger Williams Park Zoo Tim French.
There could be others like him. The DEM said our forests are maturing, so there's more food for the bears to eat. Massachusetts and Connecticut already have a growing bear population.