Female Black Bear, Ursus americanus
Approximately 50% of all Rocky Mountain black bears are black with a light brown muzzle. The other 50% vary widely in color from brown to cinnamon to blonde. They stand about 3' at the shoulder, and females, like this one, generally wiegh between 135 lbs and 160 lbs. During the spring and early summer, various grasses and hidden nut stashes are important sources of food for black bears, as well as their larger relatives, grizzly bears. Squirrels tend to intensely dislike bears, as it is the squirrels nut stashes that the bears raid!
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