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Author Topic: With help from humans, bears are holding their own (New Bern  (Read 1020 times)

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I witnessed an interesting thing a couple of weeks ago. While sitting at a stop light on a major highway at about 10 a.m., I noticed what appeared to be a large black dog on the side of the road a short distance ahead. As I watched, he very casually...
I witnessed an interesting thing a couple of weeks ago. While sitting at a stop light on a major highway at about 10 a.m., I noticed what appeared to be a large black dog on the side of the road a short distance ahead. As I watched, he very casually...
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Re: With help from humans, bears are holding their own (New Bern
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2005, 07:12:36 AM »
That's pretty cool! The first bear I saw in the wild, I nearly hit it while we were bear hunting in Minn. It ran across the highway by the lakeshore near Two Harbors, Minn., in broad daylight.  :shock: I stopped the car and watched the ruckus as it ran through yards. It was a large black that got shot just minutes later by a cabin owner, while the bear was running through a line of cabin yards. I nearly hit :shock: a mountain lion that ran across the highway in Minn. near Duluth, one night while we were traveling to a different bear hunting spot. 
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