In 1997, while bow hunting in the Ocala National Forest. I saw two large male bears eating grubs and one of them caught and begun to eat a Cotton Tail rabbit. They were approximately ½ mile from each other. It seemed like the very second that the bear with the rabbit tore it apart, I saw the other bear lift his nose to the air and was at a full run and was to the other bear within a minute. The first bear was bigger, but the second bear seemed to be hungrier and quickly took the remains of the rabbit away and out of sight. Thinking that it was a waste of time to remain in the area I returned to my jeep to head back to camp and get some lunch for myself. Upon reaching the logging road that lead to my jeep, I found large bear prints within my
“Raven made one in every ten black bears white to remind the people of a time when glaciers covered this land.”- Tsimshian Lore In the northwest coast of British Columbia, nestled away in the lungs of our globe lives the Kermode Bear (Ursus americanus kermodei). Due to its prevalence in
Fair Bear has gone on another adventure, this time in Georgia. He has decided to visit the Ocmulgee National Park and Preserve Initiative. This includes the Indian Mounds, the Bond Swamp Wildlife Refuge, the Ocmulgee River, and historic Muscogee land.
Spirit bears people call them spirit bears although there real name is Kermode bear the Kermode bears lives Outside of Columbia only however one in a million black bears is white the rest are black only maybe 100 exist spirit bears are really interesting . Only about 20 percent of the bears on Orr and Princess islands are white the rest are black they have white creamy fur with brown eyes dark nose pads and nearly white claws .
When Cole Mathews was sent to the remote Alaskan island he viewed it as a game, but it isn’t. Upon arrival Cole started off by burning down his shelter by using the white gas for his lantern and a match, which doesn’t serve him well in the long run. He
The news is out and Sugar Bear of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo got married again, but not to Mama June. It turns out that he has moved on from her and married a woman that he met on social media. Radar Online shared the details about Sugar Bear's wedding and his new wife. He is now married to Jennifer Lamb, and the two were together a bit over a year before getting married. No pictures from their big day have been released yet, but you have to wonder if he went with the camo theme once again that he had for his wedding to Mama June.
Spirit bear Do you know what a Spirit bear is? No? Well ok i’ll tell you. Spirit Bears are actually called Kermode bears but the locals call it white bear or ghost bear. They might call it ghost bear for the fun of it but, I know it’s because of its ghost like nature. Something amazing is that scientists said they’re NOT albinos or polar bears! The odds of finding a spirit bear is 1 to 1mil.!!!
The Spirit Bear, or actually called the Kermode bear, lives in the Great Bear Rainforest in the Northwest area of the Canadian province British Columbia. Half way up the coast is where they live. “Scientifically, the white ones, along with their closest black relatives, belong to a subspecies of black bear.”(Smithsonian) The big white bear is probably around 300 lbs. It is cold where they live, and their fur definitely helps them keep warm. They hunt for things like salmon, and just eats it up. Right now, the some estimates say there are only around 100 of the specie left. They are very rare and definitely one of the rarest type of
The Battle For Bears Ears: Preserving a Utah Treasure 115-miles south of Moab is a land revered by generations of climbers, hikers, and adventurers. It’s a land known as the Bears Ears, a series of buttes that constitute jeep trails, sacred archeological sites, unique sandstone formations, and the cherished climbing walls of Indian Creek. Not only loved by outdoorsman, the Bears Ears is also an important area to the Navajo, Ute, and Pueblo Native American tribes. Excavations here have revealed rock art, pottery, and cliff dwellings, documenting over a millennium of human habitation. The Bears Ears are loved but unprotected, and they are at a pivotal crossroads.
Physical description of: Organism: Columbian White-tailed deer are distinguishable because they have a long black tail on the outside, and the male's antlers point all rise from the one main beam. The Columbian white-tail is one of the large subspecies with "antlers narrowly spreading and curving steeply upward” Columbian white-tailed deer's diets consist of young willow, cottonwood, alder and other deciduous trees in riverbanks and the surrounding area. This is where they can usually be found. Male Columbian white-tailed deer are bigger than females, they have large antlers and they shed them every winter and regrow them in spring. Both sexes have a white underneath their tail which is why they got the name.
Bears Ears should stay a National Monument because it protects the environment in the area. It stops all mining and oil drilling from destroying and contaminating the area. Also, it protects the Native American history from being vandalized, destroyed, and stolen. Having protection for this unique landscape also protects the wildlife in it. San Juan County is one of the poorest counties in Utah and this new monument will bring in more money.
If you show up to a gunfight with a pocketknife, you’re in trouble. Likewise, if law officers show up to a standoff with a gunman without the proper tools, they will be in a tremendous predicament. For such a situation, the LENCO Bearcat is the exemplary vehicle in which to arrive. The Medford Police Department clearly did the right thing when they bought a LENCO Bearcat.
Follow the trail of paw prints through the rotunda and past the fireplace to the Bunny Villa. Your child will be delighted to have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny and capture lasting springtime memories!
Big Bear Big Bear Mountain, A mountain full of great adventure and fun! The limits are endless at big bear. Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall there is never a dull moment. There is 100s of activities and places to lodge. San Bearndino’s, Big Bear Mountain is a historical mountain with many tourist attractions and lots of activities. (1)
Trauma bears are small stuffed animal toy given to a children or some adults during a traumatic accident or emergency scene a trauma bear represents Comfort company and it is a very soothing way to calm down a child given such comfortable feeling a trauma bear provides , in many occasions a trauma bear helps a child or adult to pinpoint where the pain is or where the injury was inflicted on first place as you can see a trauma bear is not just a toy to help the victims cope with traumatic circumstances but also a tool to help the EMS responder to interact and understand that patients or