Black Bear Central Alaska, #0247


Black Bear Central Alaska, #0247


A male black bear emerges from an alder thicket. Black bears are wary of their larger cousins, brown/grizzly bears, that inhabit the same habitat. Black bears sometimes wander into open tundra to feast on autumn blueberries but generally don’t get very far from timber. Black bears climb trees easily and take refuge there from grizzlies as well as wolves. Grizzlies can climb but not as well as black bears. Black bears are forest animals, grizzly bears tundra animals.

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