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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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PGC live bear den cam with Cub

https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/...r-den-live-cam

if you scroll down someone posted a video of the momma bear and cub moving around.
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https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/...r-den-live-cam

if you scroll down someone posted a video of the momma bear and cub moving around.

Just clicked your link and the cub had it's head up and was moving around... he's still moving around right now, right side of screen.
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Looks like he is under someone's house.
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Thing sounds like a car turning over at times.
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thats the cub and momma communicating.

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since the bear is denned up under a porch or deck, you would think that maybe someone would place a sheet or two of plywood on the deck top to keep the water from dripping on them.

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Neat!! Saw a lil movement & hear the water dripping.

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i sent an e-mail to the PGC asking about a sheet of plywood or something on the upper deck to keep the water off the cub and momma. i know in nature this happens but in this case, they are under a deck or porch and can be helped. i would hate to see the cub come down with pneumonia or something.

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that was fast.


got a reply. they have no intentions of interfering with what nature does. LOL...the bear is denned under a camp or house porch / deck how hard can it be to lay something down.


this den isnt exactly in nature. they interfered with nature when they crawled in and placed the camera. oh well, its what i expected them to say but i dont have to agree with it.


OH...they also interfered with nature when they started the Antler restrictions and herd reduction ...LOL
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