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Black bear

Ursus americanus


This bear (suspected to be a juvenile male) Ambled into our yard at 0700, flopped down in the middle of sunflower seeds dropped from our bird feeder, and began shoveling them in his mouth. Hibernation time is approaching and they are intent on packing on the fat


woods, blueberry fields, apple orchards, dumps,


This fellow ambled in 0700 and flopped himself down to eat the sunflower seeds that had dropped from the bird feeder. They are getting ready to hibernate and are focused on packing on weight. Here is the full scroll down story on flickr:

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DaveKettell 8 years ago

Very cool!!

galewhale..Gale 8 years ago

Thanks Peter ... I this is a great site and will be adding a lot more over time and poking through to see what is here. I am going to be speaking right after Yassar at the conference and his description of this site drew me to it.

peter 8 years ago

Thank you for contributing such detail with your spotting. A wonderful first submission! Welcome to Project Noah, Gale.

Maine, USA

Lat: 44.53, Long: -68.27

Spotted on Oct 11, 2010
Submitted on Oct 19, 2010

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