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Is this Jellystone Park? Four bears creep into Ashtabula County backyard

The bears did quite a number on Bill Amidon's bird feeders.

ASHTABULA COUNTY, Ohio — Bill Amidon got quite a surprise in his backyard in the early morning hours on Sunday. 

He tells 3News that his dog started barking its head off at around 1:30 a.m., so he got up and took a look outside his Sheffield Township home in Ashtabula County. 

What did he find? Four bears were going after his bird feeders!

Security camera footage (that you can see in the player above) shows Yogi, Boo Boo, and friends trying to paw after the feeder that was hanging from a tree. 

The bears seemed to enjoy themselves before finally leaving Amidon's property. 

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