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Classic Smokey ~  Brown County, Indiana he whispered to me. . . " I used to eat at The Lemon Drop all the time." in his hushed of tone. Ooh Smokey!

Classic Smokey ~ Brown County, Indiana he whispered to me. . . " I used to eat at The Lemon Drop all the time." in his hushed of tone. Ooh Smokey!

Black Bear Family | American Black Bears are only found in North America. With a est. population of 600,000, they are the smallest of the three North American species. Short non retractable claws make them excellent tree climbers.

Black Bear Family | American Black Bears are only found in North America. With a est. population of 600,000, they are the smallest of the three North American species. Short non retractable claws make them excellent tree climbers.

Smokey Bear's Tree Leaves - "Think". This poster is an illustrated compilation of common North American tree leaves. Brought to you by your State Forester and the United States Forest Service.

A Collection Of Smokey Bear's Best Nature Posters

Smokey Bear's Tree Leaves - "Think". This poster is an illustrated compilation of common North American tree leaves. Brought to you by your State Forester and the United States Forest Service.

art wolf photo animal tattoo forest bear wildlife native american America indian deer artistic spirit totem native Sioux spiritualism Native America forest wildlife

art wolf photo animal tattoo forest bear wildlife native american America indian deer artistic spirit totem native Sioux spiritualism Native America forest wildlife

GRIZZLY BEARS....aka the silvertip bear, Northern American brown bear, or inland brown bears...lives in prairies, mountains, meadows, & forests of Canada and the United States....about 98% of U.S. grizzlies live in interior Alaska....measure 6 to 7 feet long with a shoulder height of 3 to 4 feet tall....weighs 300 to 800 pounds....brown fur is tipped with white or tan giving them a “grizzled” look....have a distinctive shoulder hump....only 500-1800 remain in the wild in lower 48 US

GRIZZLY BEARS....aka the silvertip bear, Northern American brown bear, or inland brown bears...lives in prairies, mountains, meadows, & forests of Canada and the United States....about 98% of U.S. grizzlies live in interior Alaska....measure 6 to 7 feet long with a shoulder height of 3 to 4 feet tall....weighs 300 to 800 pounds....brown fur is tipped with white or tan giving them a “grizzled” look....have a distinctive shoulder hump....only 500-1800 remain in the wild in lower 48 US

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