Discussion in 'Hunting' started by d2wing, Jun 3, 2021.
That said, YES black bears come in all sorts of colors. You can read more about it here or here
We get the plain old black bears around the yard on a fairly regular basis.
My buddy started to come out on his porch with coffee one morning, and a bear was in his bird feeder at the blind end of the porch. He said it just came tearing by, peeing all the way as it went, and ran down the steps at the end, and out across the yard. He just watched it all in amazement standing in the door.
Ive just carried what I always carried and never really worried about it. Im sure 9mm will probably work if you can put them where they need be.
When Is a Black Bear Actually a Blue Bear? - Cool Green Science (nature.org)
All within 20 mile radius in the eastern Sierra Nevada.
Bears are funny. As stated earlier, most will run the other direction when you meet.
https://fwp.mt.gov/hunt/education/bear-identification You get a certificate when you pass. The training was fun to do with my daughter.
I saw one like that dash across the interstate in Northern Vermont a few years ago that had me thinking it was a golden retriever at first.
Brown, tan, black, yellow-ish... they come in all sorts of colors.
Someday I’ll try for a tag and see if I can get one. The 336 in .35 Rem is just itching to go .
Fun test but I wish that it also told which images I got wrong.
that would make a cool rug!
Yes, I have seen brown black bears over my many decades of hiking in PA State Forests. To put in perspective i would say that for every 100 black black bears I have seen about 4 brown black bears. I have also seen mixed back and brown furred bears. So they are not very common here. FYI, I have seen hundreds of black furred bears here since I started hiking in the forests over 50 years ago.
I wonder where she gets her hair done?
Now don't spoil a good thread.
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