Black Bear Yearling, Alaska #0805


Black Bear Yearling, Alaska #0805


Black bear cubs only stay with their mother for only one year and then must fend for themselves. A yearling black bear is still quite small, weighing less than 100-pounds in spring, when it’s forced off on its own. Survival is not certain as predators like bears and wolves pose significant threats. Yearlings seldom venture far from cover and refuge in the trees. Human food and attractants are irresistible to hungry bears.  These youngsters may get into trouble with people as they have yet to learn the risks involved.

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