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Black bear

Postby DanR » Wed Jun 24, 2009 1:57 pm

My neighbor across the road has seen a young black bear several times. The last time Sunday the bear was sitting on the patio. I have seen bear dung 3 times at my place near the corn patch. The black berries are starting to ripen and the mulberry trees are full. Seems I had a visitor last night. He went up the mulberry tree in the back yard apparently to eat berries and took a dump on top of a bird house about seven feet up. Probably the blackberries will be next. I hope the neighbors don't freak out.
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Re: Black bear

Postby Virginia Mike » Wed Jun 24, 2009 2:27 pm

Bear dung in the corn patch, you will be the one freakin' out when the corn gets in the milk stage.
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