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#31
That's crazy. I did a little research and seems it is uncommon but there are many reports of 5 even one of 6 cubs. But the mortality rate is not good. Here is an interesting site : http://www.bear.org/website/bear-pages/b...ction.html
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(06-20-2015, 07:37 AM)oletimer Wrote: That's crazy. I did a little research and seems it is uncommon but there are many reports of 5 even one of 6 cubs. But the mortality rate is not good. Here is an interesting site : http://www.bear.org/website/bear-pages/b...ction.html

Interesting information Robin. Thanks!
I said three was the largest group of cubs I've had on my place but last night I looked at one of my old pictures with 4. Later pictures of the same bunch showed only three so it's possible one died.
This year I've only seen one cub but a number of young bears that look like they just got booted out of the nest.

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#34
Nice picture Brandon! Can't help but notice the temperature on your photo. And who says they are not moving in hot weather! LOL
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(06-20-2015, 05:20 PM)DuClaw Wrote: Nice picture Brandon! Can't help but notice the temperature on your photo. And who says they are not moving in hot weather! LOL

Yeah I saw that too. Crazy!
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#36
Did some digging for some old one's. Love looking back on them!

Buck hitting a moc scrape I made
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Same Buck from previous photo sparring with a younger buck. Look at the body size difference! And those tarsels!
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Old warrior I ended up taking 11 days after this pic was taken. My ground blind is 10 yards to the left of the deer. Check out his battle scar under his eye from the rut, and look close at his legs, he was piebald! I took him traveling the way he was coming from in this pic, he was the last of six different other bucks that had come through. I was set on him, so I let them pass, and I'm thankful for that today haha!
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#37
Never got this one but we had one runin:
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I walked this same route 30 min before during turkey season:
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Shot him the next day Smile
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#38
Some nice specimen eaglerock. That's a mighty big bear could I ask if he was in the mountains or east of them?
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#39
That last pic looks like half mullie.
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#40
Nice pics Eagle. I love those split G2's. That's a pretty rack.
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