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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Bears: Nursing Momma Bear ©BGarasky

Hallo Bay Bear Camp
Nursing Momma Bear!

Brad Garasky © Hallo Bay Bear Camp

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gray paw Bears in Mid-August to Mid-September ©
The chum and pink salmon spawning runs are completing and the Coho salmon run is just beginning. The Coho salmon is the largest run of salmon in our coastal area with the run continuing into October. The Coho salmon averages much larger in weight than the pink and chum and usually has more fat, which the bears seems to prefer. In late August the bears are starting to show their beginning coats of new winter fur and as the days get shorter in length, the fur seems to grow even faster. There also seems to now be urgency for the bears to eat as much as possible, perhaps in anticipation of the coming winter. The bears are now supplementing their fish diet with a large variety of mushrooms and wild berries, which are ripening. Excellent bear viewing.©

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