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    Look what I found at Horse Ridge

    Look what I found at Horse Ridge-image.jpg

    Found this poo at the top of Sand Canyon the other day, its about 5-6 inches long and 1.5 inches wide with quite a few juniper berries. Pretty sure that it is from a black bear. What do you think?

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    Could be.

    Black Bear Scat

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    Look what I found at Horse Ridge

    Looks just like what I have always regarded bear scat in the woods. Probably so warm he woke up from hibernation early.

    I know someone is going to look up when bears come out if hibernation and this will be the "normal time". When that happens I just say sorry now and that you are the superior google searcher.

    That's for the pic BTW!
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    NICE! I just rode Horse Ridge today.

    My dog was acting a little "Skittish" up there for awhile.
    Maybe she was a little freaked out???

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    Quote Originally Posted by B42 View Post
    Looks just like what I have always regarded bear scat in the woods. Probably so warm he woke up from hibernation early.

    I know someone is going to look up when bears come out if hibernation and this will be the "normal time". When that happens I just say sorry now and that you are the superior google searcher.

    That's for the pic BTW!
    That's funny. I actually did googe this a few years back after seeing all kinds of bear tracks in deep snow in January. How could that be? Turns out that with our mild climate bears don't really hybernate here. Or if they do, it ain't much.

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