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Watchable Wildlife: The Black BearAuthor(s): Lynn L. Rogers
Source: Misc. Publ., unnumbered; US Dept. of Agric., For. Serv., North Central Forest Experiment Station; St. Paul, MN; 18 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication (MISC)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionBlack bears are the bears people most often encounter. Black bears live in forests over much of North America, unlike grizzlies that live only in Alaska, northern and western Canada, and the northern Rocky Mountains. This brochure presents the latest information on black bear life and how this species responds to an ever-increasing number of campers, hikers, and forest residents.
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CitationRogers, Lynn L. 1992. Watchable Wildlife: The Black Bear. Misc. Publ., unnumbered; US Dept. of Agric., For. Serv., North Central Forest Experiment Station; St. Paul, MN; 18 p.
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