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May 05, 2018 07:46 as a reply to  @ post 18619841 |  #106

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May 05, 2018 07:56 |  #107

You can really see the battle scars in the spring


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May 05, 2018 08:00 |  #108

One more scar


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May 05, 2018 15:15 |  #109

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Well Great Idea.. Now I dont get around much so a bear from my area. He loved to eat
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Now thats a big black Bear. Good job

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May 05, 2018 16:23 |  #110

There is a bear in the woods. For some people, the bear is easy to see. Others don’t see it at all.

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May 05, 2018 17:49 |  #111

How about something a foot and a half tall. No scares and brand new. In the rain. The tree on the left is only 3 feet tall


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May 05, 2018 18:45 |  #112

Pondrader wrote in post #18620168 (external link)
How about something a foot and a half tall. No scares and brand new. In the rain. The tree on the left is only 3 feet tall
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10 star Pondrader. So inquisitive!


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May 05, 2018 19:09 |  #113

Were you making faces at him?


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May 05, 2018 20:00 |  #114

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18620194 (external link)
10 star Pondrader. So inquisitive!


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Were you making faces at him?

Um no he wanted to cross and I was in the way. It was one of those times you get 3 clicks and its over. My buddy was two steps away and he got nothing.


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May 06, 2018 03:56 |  #115

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Skeeter on my nose
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Jim...Great shot of that mosquito. :lol:


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May 06, 2018 04:00 |  #116

Pondrader wrote in post #18620168 (external link)
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"Hi Mr. human, that's my mom standing right behind you looking upset."


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May 06, 2018 06:54 |  #117

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"Hi Mr. human, that's my mom standing right behind you looking upset."

lol in some cases that could be true. And I know that more than a few people think bears are big angry monsters that only want to kill lol  :p lol but its just not the case to much Mike. The truth about this guy is he was orphaned by the MNR ( Minister of Natural Resources ) They trapped his mother and moved her leaving him on his own searching for her for a fair while. she was not a nuisance bear.. Only a bear that was within 10 km or so of a provincial park.

I spotted him while in this area and had a couple encounters. I'm sure she probably returned and retrieved her cub. They have returned many times from very long distances in the past. like 100's of km's or more

Not to say all bears are cute cuddly... black bears here are normally fearing of man and its best not to push that issue. mostly an encounter lasts seconds and most photogs are standing there with their moth open saying " I got nothing " lol;-)a


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what moma looks like ticked off at a cub crying up a tree. he was about 80 yards away 15 feet up a tree.

Not the same two bears.. Just images because thats what I do..


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May 06, 2018 08:12 |  #118

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May 06, 2018 16:21 as a reply to  @ post 18618751 |  #119

Brooks sure has some FAT BEARS! nice shots! familiar faces. love it.


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May 06, 2018 16:29 |  #120

Polar bears...represent!

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