Bears cause havoc in the remote, nomadic community of Lingzhi
- By Tshering Lham, November 12, 2021
As the day’s work ends for 38 year old Rinchen Dema, she is once again worried about the looming threat of bears attacking her and ransacking her home. The threat has become a daily grind for the remote nomadic community of Lingzhi located more than 4,000 meters above sea level. Rinchen lives in Chebesa village under Lingzhi. There are around 100 households in Lingzhi.
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Bears have been causing havoc by ransacking homes for rice, flour, meat and vegetables for more than a year. In the last two months Rinchen lost 13 bags of rice, two bags of flour and meat worth Nu 35,000 in her store, besides damaging several other items. She had stocked her ration for the coming winter months.
On the night of 10 November, two bears broke into her store, pounding the roof. “I made noise, threw stones and even knocked some tins hoping they would run away,” she said. “But it was of no avail.”
Fortunately, the bears did not attack her for the seventh time. Today she lives in her new house and uses the old one to store her goods and rations.
“I have tried everything to chase the bears but all in vain,” she said. “I don’t know where to approach.” The last time bears broke in, they even damaged the furniture. “It was a huge loss for me,” she said.
“Every time the sun sets, I feel worried and restless – not knowing what to do,” she said. At the same time, she is worried about being attacked by the bears. “I am constantly nervous, because I live on my own.”
Another resident, Chimi Gyembo just lost his cattle to a bear attack in October. “It has become life threatening for us to even heard the cattle,” he said.