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    Default NY Times 1904

    I found this while looking around google for some hibernation information on alaska bears. Fun to read. the info I was looking for is when do Montague bears start going to sleep?

    http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive...619C946597D6CF

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    Cool article. We deer hunted there last year and wanted to take a bear but we never even saw one.


    Tim

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    My dad worked out on Montague for the USFS in the 60s. They saw plenty of bear.
    If the NY Times still had articles like that, I might be a subscriber.

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    [QUOTE=sayak;797562]
    If the NY Times still had articles like that.......

    Wouldn't that be nice. Different world today for sure.

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    I heard they use to drop the problem Kenai bears on Montague Island, but I can't substantiate it. My wife's coworker told me that when we day-hunted there in '06, so I don't know if its true...

    Enjoyed the article and saved a copy...

    Tim

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    Thats a great article!

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