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    Breakfast Bruin

    This guy wanted to climb in window this morning, likes my wife's cooking I think. She was dehydrating chicken for dog treats. Yummmm.P1010696.JPGP1010698.JPGP1010700.JPGP1010701.JPG

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    nice pictures, dehydrating chicken was just tooooo much to resist. Most likely a human food conditioned bear.
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    Looks pretty old Fred....but can't really tell, do you guys have a lot of black bear in your area?
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    Naturally occurring bear food is sparse here. They are the Top Scavenger but there is little to eat in the high desert sage nor in the sub-alpine pine forests. They scavenge coyote, cougar and bobcat kills as well as winter kills . Thus the bears we have become dependent on humans for food and many are unfortunately put down. Our local elementary school was in lockdown the other day because of bear in playground.
    My bear owes the Mrs. a new flowerpot as well as an apology to me for muddying up my freshly washed windows. These windows are very bear smudged.
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    Wow! That is crazy, not really something you see everyday around here. Nice pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Naturally occurring bear food is sparse here. They are the Top Scavenger but there is little to eat in the high desert sage nor in the sub-alpine pine forests. They scavenge coyote, cougar and bobcat kills as well as winter kills . Thus the bears we have become dependent on humans for food and many are unfortunately put down. Our local elementary school was in lockdown the other day because of bear in playground.
    My bear owes the Mrs. a new flowerpot as well as an apology to me for muddying up my freshly washed windows. These windows are very bear smudged.
    I'll bet it is hard for the bears to make a living where you describe, the Yukon is similarly hard for most of the wildlife. Hard long winters and a semi-arid environment. The only thing that saves the bears here is that there are very few people. We regularly have bear in the residential areas of Whitehorse.

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    He looks friendly......did ya' let him in??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wingnut View Post
    He looks friendly......did ya' let him in??
    * snerk* I reckon you're appropriately called Wingnut, Wingnut. Thanks for the fun.



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    The bear does look like a friendly patron at the take-out window "Yes, I'ld like the Big Bear Special with extra honey, a large fries, onion rings, and oh yeah six grilled chicken sandwiches to go,hold the pickles".

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    Nice little critter. Till it's not!

    Looks like Georgie trying to get in the back door around supper time!
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