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A yearling a-walkin'
Yearlings are bears experiencing their second summer of life. You might still see some with their mothers in the spring, click to learn a little about how bears vocalize and communicate with one-another.
Image Courtesy of L. Hirning and A. Griswold
Black Bears evolved as prey to other, bigger species. Their first instinct - young and old - is always to climb a tree or run away.
Lynx rufus - summer coat
Lynx rufus means red lynx, which is how this species is known around the world. In the US, common names include the Bay Lynx, and "Bobcat"
Image courtesy of @chrisangphoto
Ursus americanus, relies on sight, smell, and sound to navigate its environment. Click to learn more about this beautiful species!