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Bear 28-Aug-18
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grubby 28-Aug-18
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BullBuster 28-Aug-18
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tobywon 28-Aug-18
spike buck 28-Aug-18
Bear 30-Aug-18
Bear 30-Aug-18
From: Bear
28-Aug-18

Bear's embedded Photo
Bear's embedded Photo

From: Grubby
28-Aug-18

From: Grubby
28-Aug-18

From: Bear
28-Aug-18

Bear's embedded Photo
Bear's embedded Photo
Three legged bear

From: Bear
28-Aug-18

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Bear's embedded Photo
Sixth year she has come to our baits

From: Bear
28-Aug-18

Bear's embedded Photo
Bear's embedded Photo

From: Bear
28-Aug-18

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Wolf that has something around its neck

From: Bear
28-Aug-18

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At another bait two miles away

From: Bear
28-Aug-18

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From: grubby
28-Aug-18
great pics! How many cubs has old tripod raised in those 6 years?

From: Bear
28-Aug-18

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From: Bear
28-Aug-18
Dry first year 2 the second dry third three the fourth dry last year and two this year

From: BullBuster
28-Aug-18
So tripod loses her cubs each year because she should be bringing in 2 yo cubs every other year. Correct? Just curious

From: woodguy65
28-Aug-18
Looks like your wolf has a snare around his neck, looks too tight for a DNR collar.

From: Smtn10PT
28-Aug-18
I would say that wolf escaped a snare attempt.

From: tobywon
28-Aug-18
Great pictures. I'm not a bear expert, but I would think that she would have cubs every other year. Bred in the spring, cubs born in den in winter, raise them the next year and be bred the following spring.

From: spike buck
28-Aug-18
Nice pics....have a successfull hunt!!

From: Bear
30-Aug-18

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tobywon is right they push the cubs off in June at a year and a half so they can breed to have cubs the following January with cubs every other year.

From: Bear
30-Aug-18
tobywon is right they push the cubs off in June at a year and a half so they can breed to have cubs the following January with cubs every other year.

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