Bare Bear (Spring wild+animals ). Photo by ThunderBev

Bare Bear

Uploaded by: ThunderBev

Tuesday June 19, 2012

Greenstone, Canada

Caption: Spotted this bear on the side of the highway ... It was very thin. I wonder if it was a female with new babies ... or just a young'un who hasn't had enough to eat yet this spring.

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About ThunderBev

ThunderBev

I have lived in Northwestern Ontario all my life, and think I am very lucky! In addition to fresh air and changing seasons, there is the opportunity to attempt to catch the beautiful scenery on camera. I say 'attempt', because a picture is not worth a thousand words... the reality can take your breath away. I have always been a shutterbug, however owning a digital camera and discovering Wunderground has motivated me even more. Create your own visitor map!

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