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My brothers neighbor's yard up in azusa canyon. Have a look in the background.
 

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Geez. That looks a bit like a grizzly at that angle. Were they in the pool?
 

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sierrahunter1 said:
Geez. That looks a bit like a grizzly at that angle. Were they in the pool?
Funny, that's what I was thinking. I believe the shot was a surveillance camera. Low shot though.
 

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Boomer said:
I see the twinkie crop was great this year. Who needs acorns when you have hostess.
All kidding aside the acorn crop last year up there was Phenomena! I mean on steroids.
Anybody know how old the cub is?
 

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Females give birth in winter, and typically emerge from their den in spring (though I'm not sure if southern Ca bears even hibernate). Cubs will stay with their mom for 2 years. So that cub is either 6-7 months old, or 18-19 months old. I suspect it's the latter.
 

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The one in the back is dropping a meadow muffin, or Cleveland steamer one might say.
 

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Nice! Look at how small the ears look! Looks like she comes from some stout genes!

Hmmph... wonder if she's been supplementing her diet with some small dogs?
 

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I thought it looked a lot like a grizzly also. That's a toad.
 
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