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COVID-19 pandemic no match for Peel spirit as 'bear hunt' sees windows filled with toys

Three-year-old Jasper Cooper of Herron, 3-year-old Harlow Pollett and 2-year-old Oakley Pollett of Ravenswood get their bears ready to go in the window. Photo: Daniela Cooper
Three-year-old Jasper Cooper of Herron, 3-year-old Harlow Pollett and 2-year-old Oakley Pollett of Ravenswood get their bears ready to go in the window. Photo: Daniela Cooper

There might be unusual guests peering out of windows as you step outside for some fresh air today.

The latest movement to lift spirits amid the overbearing COVID-19 pandemic is a 'bear hunt'.

People around the world have started putting bears in their windows so families with children in self isolation can go on a bear hunt during their daily walk.

It's a simple enough process: pop toy bears in your window sills, facing outwards, for people to spot on their walks around the neighbourhood.

Peel residents have joined in with locals from suburbs including Ravenswood and Herron putting bears in their windows.

On your next walk look out for these bears and join the movement by putting your own teddy in the window.

Have you put a bear in the window? Send us a photo to editor@mandurahmail.com.au