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Like for your daily pictures and videos Could there be cubs in the bear den? Probably not, but maybe! 🐻
It’s hard to tell the bear’s sex from our distant view and there have been no signs yet that cubs are in the den with the adult. .
Cubs weighing less than half a pound are born in the middle of the winter denning period, usually between mid-January and early February. A mother bear will typically give birth to one to three cubs and at a time. .
By the time a mother bear and her cubs are ready to emerge into spring, the cubs typically weigh around five pounds.Young bears grow very quickly and can weigh around 80 pounds by their first birthdays. .
This black bear (Ursus americanus) was first sighted on March 23rd and we’ll keep this temporary camera up (link in profile) until the bear moves on for the summer.
Video description: A black bear rests, looks around, and yawns from a hole in a tree while the camera zooms in.
thanks to the photographer
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