It's a good life.
Color me ignorant. I didn't think black bears extended down that far -- not any longer at least. For whatever reason I think of them as bears of the boreal forest. I have seen cubs -- twice. And one tore into the shed at the cottage one year. Be careful about leaving garbage in the shed, especially in early spring.
I find myself visiting your great blog every day now so I've added Swamp Things as a link from ours, I hope that's OK with you.By the way, I love your Thoreau quote.
at least the marks are in the trunk of a tree and not the "trunk" of a person...The bears we have out this way, the San Gabriel Mountain foothills, prefer soaking in hot tubs and foraging for avocados.http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/157098090X/701-8419575-4797122
AC, we have a fairly large black bear population around here. I see them more frequently in my work swamp than in my home swamp though.Jim, link away! The Thoreau quote comes from his book, _Faith in a Seed_.cookie jill, a black bear would be hard pressed to find a hot tub in my backyard :)
Does that say CROATAN?
Ah...so that's where the Lost Colony ended up ;)
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