CODY, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has ended trapping efforts for a grizzly bear that was seen last week in a residential area within the city limits of Cody.

The agency says that there have been no reports of bear activity from local residents over the past week and no additional evidence of grizzly bear activity in the immediate area.

In addition, no further bear activity has been detected by the trail cameras that originally indicated the presence of the bear.

On Wednesday, two yearling black bears were spotted along the Shoshone River corridor west of Cody.

Bear Wise Community Coordinator Dusty Lasseter says this is the time of year when bears become more active in their search for food as they prepare for hibernation.