The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Bears





We had a bear last night, forgot to take in the bird feeders, so he had a field day tearing down feeders and eating the seed. These photos are from last year, I love the sequence, I felt as thought I was right with him, with his thinking process on how to get to the seed, like can she see me behind the post, this is how I push down the feeder and are you kidding me, this is all there is?

6 comments:

  1. WOW....a bear in your garden. Do that happends often. I have never seen a bear, but they do excist in my area to. But not many. Some hunters have seen bears several times the last weeks. Are you afraid when they come?

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  2. I know they are dangerous, but you have to admit they are so gosh darn cute and cuddly looking! I got a really cute "thing" in my email from a friend today - I'll post it on my blog... it has to do with wanting to be a bear!

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  3. There certainly does appear to be some disbelief that there's not more of a treat after all that work. It must be so amazing to watch them and have them so near. Remember to be careful *s*

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  4. This reminds me that I have to post about the Smoky's and our meeting with the bear. Wow I can't believe that you live in that lovely area of Yellow stone !!! My littl daughter from 8 years came this evening a bit crying dowstairs. She told me when she see the bag she bought in AMerica she feels a bit homesick to it ...... The baers deffinatly is teh story of our trip !!

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  5. It's hard to imagine having to worry about bears getting into the birdfeeder. Our biggest pest in the birdfeeders are the little red squirrels or the occasional raccoon, though they can do a lot of damage at times at least they're not bigger than me!

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  6. When I was younger, a bear stole the feeder I had given my grandparents - I never forgave that bear! Great photos!

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