Another day, another animal on the loose. The Winnipeg bear roaming around a residential neighbourhood has been dubbed "Charlie The Bear" and he's just been chilling in a tree. Crews are working to get him back to the wild safely!\nAt about 9:50 a.m. CT in Winnipeg, police officers were called because of a bear sighting in the area.\nCst. Rob Carver told Global News the mature black bear has been up and down a bunch of trees and even went into someone's yard.\nPeople are being asked to avoid the area of Pepperloaf Crescent near Rannock Avenue until it's safe.\n"We want to make sure everyone is safe," Carver said.\nThis curious creature had been roaming through the neighbourhood before climbing high up a tree for some rest and relaxation.\nCarver told the CBC that this the first call of this kind that Winnipeg Police has gotten this spring as far as he knows.\n"It's dangerous. It's a full-size bear, so we've got officers there for this reason," he said.\nWinnipeg Police tweeted that since the animal is still staying in a tree on private property, Manitoba Conservation had taken over the scene at around 2:09 p.m. local time.\nThe bear remains in a tree on private property. Manitoba Conservation are now on scene and will be taking over.— Winnipeg Police (@wpgpolice) May 30, 2020\nOn Twitter, someone who witnessed the animal's adventure posted pictures of it up in a tree and of police officers looking up at it.\nBecause it was spotted in the Charleswood area, he gave it the name Charlie.\nHe also tweeted that this sighting is a first for him in 14 years.\nWell if Charleswood didn't seem cottage country enough, we now have bears. Meet Charlie The Bear. He's taken refuge on a street called Pepperloaf. #CharleswoodBear #CharlieTheBear pic.twitter.com/0GZWLsWy5m— Tyler Walsh (@walsht) May 30, 2020\nManitoba Conservation officials were spotted at the residential property with a trap for the animal.\nAdult black bears in Canada are usually between 4 feet 9 inches and 5 feet 9 inches so this is no small visitor.\nEarlier in the week, a black bear was on the loose in Barrie, Ontario and another one was spotted in Markham, Ontario.