Killed a bear today...*pics added* **GRAPHIC**

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Many of California's current fires are the result of environmental protection laws that do not allow for the clearing of the understory in our forests. The laws are "feel good laws" that are neither sensible or useful. I love our forests and mountains, but how about not issuing so many building permits that are taking our drinking water and covering the land with asphalt and concrete?

Would that be before or after, you already have your own building permit and are using water from areas far away from your own domicile?
 

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Yikes, glad he isn't suffering but it is just so different for me to hear about a bear hanging out by someone's home. That sounds a little scary. What do you do to get rid of it, like have county get it or do you do it yourself?

I've lived in Bear territory all my life and I'm almost positive that my 60 summers has seen the demise of the last one born in my first 5 summers.
I wonder what does Bear think when human moves into his territory and starts freakin out on Bear's sons and daughters and starts killing them?
Just wondering.
 
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Would that be before or after, you already have your own building permit and are using water from areas far away from your own domicile?

I kinda side with Ridgetop but gota say your "Reply" is also dead on. Kinda opposite ends of the spectrum in one sense but both excellent points. Like a rope needs 2 ends to be a rope....
That said,"Wildfires" are saddly nearly as often started by humans
And even sadder is that often started to create jobs.
PS Natural wet and dry cycles with its naturally coinciding naturally occurring cycles of fire conditions are no longer "put up with" simply because it does not stroke our frail human ego that essentially dictates us to be in control of everything all the time.
 

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The poor guy was full of mange and starving. He was quite close to my fence line and would not be chased away. Thankfully my Pyr was inside the electric fence and didn't come in contact with the diseased animal. I'm pretty sure he's been hanging around for a couple days as Emmett has been working the fence on overtime lately.

Going to snap some pics and dispose of him here shortly.
Good to know he's not suffering and that my lovies :love are all safe, from distraction and disease!
Poor thing.. he might be in that condition for quite some time now.. thank you for ending his misery. I bet he would want the same.
 
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