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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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Westmoreland County Bear (2 Ear Tags)

I got this trailcam video of a decent bear in Westmoreland County near Ligonier. He must have been a trouble maker because he has two ear tags.

The second video shows another smaller bear, 2 days earlier, trying to rip my trailcam of the tree.


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Are you sure he's not an overweight tailless black phase mountain lion? LOL.

Nice pics. Thanks for posting!!!!!!!
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I hunt a nice piece of property near Ligonier. I can only hope one will walk by this fall so I can fill my tag!!!
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Are you sure he's not an overweight tailless black phase mountain lion? LOL.

Nice pics. Thanks for posting!!!!!!!
He may be just that Wexford! LOL

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I hunt a nice piece of property near Ligonier. I can only hope one will walk by this fall so I can fill my tag!!!
There’s never been a shortage of bears in this area for quite some time. There are some real monsters walking the woods here.

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Looks like he wanted to tear that camera right off the tree!!
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Beautiful bear in the first video. I run cams on 2 private properties and all over the game lands. Only one place bear mess with my cameras.
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