Wildlife either solves nature's problems or they die. Sadly, humans take care of the dumbest among us so they can procreate...become Libturds.... and pass along stupidity strengthening the gene trait and voting patterns.Black Bears (all of em really) = nature's true problem solvers.
Yep, my fishing buddies and had to sleep like “sardines” in our 18’ boat one night in northern Quebec years ago after a black bear raided our camp…he swatted the tent and tore it right near my head as we were sleeping..”a rude awakening” to be sureOne thing I have experience with them is they are extremely inquisitive which can be royal PITA with a back country camp.
Right on brother .In the old days in NM, a deer tag came with a bear and turkey tag attached. I never saw a bear or a turkey. Fast forward 20 years or so, and I saw my first wild bear... in my tent. Fortunately, we were sleeping in the truck bed about 15 feet away. Unfortunately, I had locked up the guns and ammo in the cab, and left the keys in the tent. When I yelled at her, she stood up and growled. After a while, she went into the woods carrying a bag of Doritos. I got my spare key and retrieved a 30-06. When she came back I fired a warning shot. She left, for about 5 minutes. The second shot wasn't a warning, but I can tell you that through a scope, at 15 feet, all you see is fur. She ran off, and in the morning we found her about 50 yards away. Fast forward another 20 years, and we saw 10 bears in a week while deer hunting. NM is governed by liberals, and the environmentalists limit the number of bears harvested. One day, my buddy called me on the radio and told me to look at my Jeep. A bear was looking in the windows to see if there was any food. I don't go into the woods unarmed anymore. Now the morons want to re-introduce grizzly bears here. Maybe they'll eat some of the wolves.