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jhjimbo, how could you not see the tiny bear cub photos? I entered eight photos with cubs in the Field & Stream Trail Camera Con

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  • jhjimbo, how could you not see the tiny bear cub photos? I entered eight photos with cubs in the Field & Stream Trail Camera Con

    jhjimbo, how could you not see the tiny bear cub photos? I entered eight photos with cubs in the Field & Stream Trail Camera Contest for 2013 Spring Round Two. The four bear cubs are the smallest I ever taken with my trail camera. A loaf of bread is bigger then the cub’s body. The sow is the largest female black bear that I ever seen in my life. She weights between 300 and 400 pounds. I will post a few links so you can see how big the sow is and how tiny her four cubs are.

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    Contest Photo Number 73 called A New Bear Family.

    www.fieldandstream.com/contest_entry/1001489253?page=72&pnid=1001489815

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      Contest Photo Number 108 called "Adorable Little Cubs".

      www.fieldandstream.com/contest_entry/1001489253?page=107&pnid=1001489925

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        Contest Photo Number 106 called "Huge Mother Bear".

        www.fieldandstream.com/contest_entry/1001489253?page=105&pnid=1001489923

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          Contest Photo Number 86 called "Watching Their Mother".

          www.fieldandstream.com/contest_entry/1001489253?page=85&pnid=1001489835

          The Other bear cub photos are;
          Number 75, 76, 107 and 148.

          jhjimbo, I was just joking with you because I felt like a hog posting so many bear cub photos in the contest. I didn't want to swamp the F&S Editors.

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            I thought i saw one of the 4 cubs where they were closer to the camera.
            In the Adirondacks, after supper, we would go to the dumps to check out the bears. When the sows with cubs came in, when she got to the open area, she would just look at the cubs and they would scamper up a tree. When she found some food, she would drag it off into the woods and they would come back down and join her. Usually had 8 to 10 bears show up.

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