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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-15-2015, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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trail cam pic's

OK so here are a few trail cam oic's of some bears here
one cam is about 700 yards behind my place, and other is on my deck
always have a LOT of bears here, 30+ yrs of them coming here like this and NO issues to date
we co exist rather well I say, and so do my neighbors

here are some pic's
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and then here are some off my back deck

the third p[ic is of a BIG male, all of 500+ lbs, he is a long time bear here, about 15-16 yrs old and been coming here since he was a cub
he has a scar under his left eye, and thus how I keep tabs on him, he got it when he was a 2 yr old bear and been there ever since!
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here is a mother bear(she is HUGE for a female too, all of 400 lbs) and her 3 cubs, the one has a white patch that just popped out about a month ago, this is her third or more set of cubs, she is a long time bear too,, sen here as a cub yrs back and still shows up very often
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and the last for now, hope you enjoyed them or???
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Nice , bears are actually less of a problem than moose in Alaska.

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yeah bears sleep a few months a yr and them moose are a LOT bolder too and aggressive too!
plus there huge ass critters,
there problems in a lot of places besides AK too
hate to say it but field mice are bigger issue's here, and there Small
but they like to chew things that shouldn't be chewed on LOL
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cats are the best way to control a mice problem ......we have mice, voles and gopher problems on the military base I live on (dugway proving grounds) and between the cats and owls we are still getting over run ......lol

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Rick, bears here are scared to death of cats LOL
they run like big sissy's every time a cat shows up, its funny as **** to watch a 500 lbs bear run away from a 15 lb cat
and the cat\s know itr too, they all cocky and proud of being able to run them off
its a zoo here some days

I don't have any issue's with mice here no more, a 5 gallon bucket of bait killed them all, been a few yrs since I seen one here, but down the farm, its a never ending battle, and dthere arew a LOT of cats running about there too
they just breed so many times a yr and have so many its hard!
but yes cats are a great tool for keiing smaller critters in check
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here is a little pu$$y cat too to show you , the bears will leak off the deck like superman when it shows up, and 5+ ft drop off too LOL
all cause of a little pu$$y cat!

and as you can see there really right at my door all the time and ZERO damage in 30+ yrs like this
I can actually walk out there with them and many won't even move or care I am there, been SO many yrs of them being about with me there, they got real used to me and I guess me them

like stray dogs at first., they run, then catch on I ain't after them LOL

even been known to kick a few in the a$$ now and then, when they do dumb things
had one that liked to play drums on my trash can at 1-2 am
sucker would honestly sit down on his a$$ and place the metal can between his legs and bang on the lid like a drum for 20-30 minutes at a time
Funny as **** the first few times, then, got to be a pain , when trying to sleep LOL
so, would go out there and take it off him, and kick him the A$$ telling him to knock it off, go play with the neighbors trash cans! HAHA
and he would leave too, like you took a toy off a little kid, all sad and crap

Some day I might find that one that kicks back , BUT Oh well, as they say play with fire, sooner or later you get burned HAHA!
never said I was the smartest guy around! >>>>
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