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Juvenile Bear

Uploaded by: redhot

Tuesday August 17, 2010

Kodiak, AK (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Fishing around. This bear has blond markings around neck and shoulder. Maybe related to 2 other cubs that are much younger.

Manufacturer: Canon


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3. minnesotamom
4:30 AM GMT on April 09, 2012
Interesting colors. Thank you for the information. Down here in Minnesota and Wisconsin we're seeing many more Whitetail deer with odd light-colored markings like never before.
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2. redhot
4:16 AM GMT on September 20, 2010
I think part is the age, and maybe part genetics. If you follow the link to my website and look at the bearviewing in 2007, I don't recall seeing any with those markings (different part of the island), but, if the adolescent in 3-4 years in age, and the triplets that are currently the youngest in the area are 1 1/2 years approx...they may be related...
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1. katy99780
9:26 PM GMT on September 19, 2010
Do you suppose it's because of his age? Or are they sometimes marked that way?
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About redhot


Since retiring from the Coast Guard in 2008, I find myself back at work, hopefully to retire again before 22 more years go by.I love my horses, and the outdoors. Kodiak offers such an abundant array of photo opportunities, and I never tire from the sights around me.

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