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    For Peter Nap

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    Awesome!......that was way cool. The two word commentary was very appropriate.

    BTW, bear was cute and cuddly and obviously not hunger.....enough.

    Had a raccoon try to climb into a tree stand with me.

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    Yipe

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    peter nap's bears bring him coffee and sugar-free brownies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesCanby View Post
    Not in a tree but close on the ground. They're nosy. That one was a little too nosy to have suited me though.

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    I really had to laugh at that James. That was a half grown cub and they cause most of the mischief. I get at least one game cam picture of that eye...a week, trying to see what's behind the lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter nap View Post
    I really had to laugh at that James. That was a half grown cub and they cause most of the mischief. I get at least one game cam picture of that eye...a week, trying to see what's behind the lens.
    Yeah, I thought you'd appreciate/like that video. Question, though ... even being half-grown, do you suspect that Mama bear was somewhere close? I've been in the Great Smokey Mountains where foolish people would stop and get out of their cars to take pictures of the "cute little black bears," not understanding that the very protective Mama bear is always close by.

    In this video, I think the hunter did a good job at not confronting the cub, but the look on his face at the end was priceless...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesCanby View Post
    Yeah, I thought you'd appreciate/like that video. Question, though ... even being half-grown, do you suspect that Mama bear was somewhere close? I've been in the Great Smokey Mountains where foolish people would stop and get out of their cars to take pictures of the "cute little black bears," not understanding that the very protective Mama bear is always close by.

    In this video, I think the hunter did a good job at not confronting the cub, but the look on his face at the end was priceless...
    Yep...mamma and brother/sister was just down the trail. Black Bear mothers aren't as wild eyed protective as Grizzles. They usually just shoo the kiddies along without much fanfare.

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