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It s a Bear And It s Coming

It s a Bear    And It s Coming   Author Charlie Rohrbaugh
ISBN-10 9781682896488
Release 2016-10-10
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What happens when an ordinary hunter is exposed to some rather extraordinary opportunities? From the first hunt in Canada’s British Columbia it’s easy to see that the guides and supporting staff are the heroes of these adventures. Too often they are the unsung and tireless professionals that make or break a hunter’s trip. In the end, it is their hunting prowess that makes for a successful hunt, whether or not an animal is taken. It all begins in the wilderness of British Columbia on hunts for elk, moose, caribou and mountain goat. The sheer vastness of the wilderness and rugged remoteness of the region adds an element of difficulty and danger not normally encountered in other locales. Add to that the presence of the fearless grizzly bears prowling the mountains and things can get dicey in the blink of an eye. “Some days you get the bear, and some days the bear gets you,” takes on an entirely new meaning as you start the day, hoping today doesn’t fall into either of those categories. From British Columbia the scene shifts to Wyoming for mule deer and turkeys followed by a whirlwind trip to South Africa for plains game. Barely back from South Africa long enough to do laundry, we headed off to Idaho on a spring black bear hunt. Two more trips to Wyoming followed for antelope and elk before heading back to South Africa for Kudu and Waterbuck. Between the last two Wyoming trips, our first grandchild was born and the second was on the way. That was the impetus for beginning to document the details of these trips. Someday, hopefully our grandchildren will be able to read about my experiences with the same interest I used to read about others’ hunts when I was a boy. Then maybe, just maybe one or more of them will find their way out to where the wild things live to see, hear, smell and feel for themselves what it’s like to be truly alive and free.



It s the Bear

It s the Bear Author Jez Alborough
ISBN-10 1406372463
Release 2016-07
Pages 32
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Paleoenvironments of Bear Lake Utah and Idaho and Its Catchment

Paleoenvironments of Bear Lake  Utah and Idaho  and Its Catchment Author Joseph G. Rosenbaum
ISBN-10 9780813724508
Release 2009
Pages 351
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Bear Lake is located 100 km northeast of Salt Lake City and lies along the course of the Bear River, the largest river in the Great Basin. The lake, which is one of the oldest extant lakes in North America, occupies a tectonically active half-graben and contains hundreds of meters of Quaternary sediment. This volume is the culmination of more than a decade of coordinated investigations aimed at a holistic understanding of this long-lived alkaline lake in the semiarid western United States. Its 14 chapters, with 20 contributing authors, contain geological, mineralogical, geochemical, paleontological, and limnological studies extending from the drainage basin to the depocenter. The studies span both modern and paleoenvironments, including a 120-m-long sediment core that captures a continuous record of the last two glacial-interglacial cycles.



Bernice

Bernice Author Rob Adamowski
ISBN-10 0983042314
Release 2011-01-01
Pages 32
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Pre-press Summary:Bernice is a big brown dog who is mistaken for a bear wherever she goes. In this heartwarming real-life inspired story she learns a thing or two about bears and how it feels to be different.Her enormous size and unique appearance compel folks to "crowd, smile and stare." It's safe to say that nearly everyone that sees Bernice will say the very same thing; "Oh my gosh it's a bear!"



The Bear River Formation and Its Characteristic Fauna

The Bear River Formation and Its Characteristic Fauna Author Charles Abiathar White
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112105066572
Release 1895
Pages 108
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How the Bear Got Its Hair

How the Bear Got Its Hair Author Esther Gilpin
ISBN-10 9781438915845
Release 2008-11-01
Pages 24
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It s a Bear s Life

It s a Bear s Life Author Anna Wilson
ISBN-10 1405004746
Release 2005
Pages 32
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Parker the teddy bear decides he needs a vacation away from his boy, Oscar, but soon comes to realize he misses his life at home.



It s a Bear in the BathTub

It s a Bear in the BathTub Author Barbara Pierce
ISBN-10 1981283595
Release 2017-11-30
Pages 42
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"It's a Bear in the Bath Tub," is a childhood master piece by Barbara "Muffin" Pierce. It's not only a fun book, it's a imaginary journey of two cute little bears who does not always agree, but at the end of the day, they had great fun. This book is a series of Jake and Joey books to come.This is the first of her bear collection. This book has full colored illustrations by Robert Carter.



It s Not Your Fault Koko Bear

It s Not Your Fault  Koko Bear Author Vicki Lansky
ISBN-10 9781931863643
Release 2010-04-01
Pages 32
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KoKo Bear Can Help Children * learn what divorce means * deal with changes in their everyday lives * talk about their feelings * recognize that their feelings are natural * be assured that their parents still love them and will take care of them * understand that divorce is not their fault



Moon Bear

Moon Bear Author Gill Lewis
ISBN-10 9781481400961
Release 2015-03-17
Pages 384
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Both torn from their homes in Laos, a boy and a moon bear cub form a deep bond in this “moving and memorable” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review) tale of impossible odds and resilient hope, based on true and tragic conditions in Eastern Asia. Twelve-year-old Tam, on a dare, ventures into a moon bear den in the mountains of Northern Laos. His goal is to steal the cub and sell it, making a fortune for his family. But the mother bear’s unexpected return upends Tam’s plan, and he barely escapes with his life. Then his life implodes anyway: his entire mountain village is forced to relocate to make room for a new highway. Lured by the promise of electricity, running water, and a television, Tam’s people move to an overcrowded village, where Tam’s father is killed by a stray landmine. Now the family breadwinner, Tam is forced to work hundreds of miles away in the city of Laos, at a moon bear farm where bile from bear gall bladders is used for medicine. It is a cruel, miserable place, and when a familiar face—the very cub he’d seen in the den in Vietnam—is sold to the bear farm, Tam knows he must save this moon bear, no matter what it takes. Deeply and powerfully moving, Moon Bear is an unforgettable story of compassion, hope, and bravery against overwhelming odds, and brings to light the real-life, heartwrenching plight of Asia’s endangered moon bears.



In Bear Country

In Bear Country Author Jake Macdonald
ISBN-10 9780762767984
Release 2011-04-12
Pages 272
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They terrify and fascinate us. They are moving closer to us as climate change, deforestation, and rural development diminish their habitats. Once considered rare, romantic creatures, bears are now as common in some places as raccoons. Some say we should leave them alone; others argue that responsible hunting will serve both bears and humans best. Weighing both sides of the argument, award-winning writer Jake MacDonald examines the history and behavior of the three species of bears in North America—grizzlies, black bears, and polar bears. Part memoir and part natural history, In Bear Country draws on the personal experiences of MacDonald and others, providing an absorbing story about the place bears occupy in our world and the place we occupy in theirs. As MacDonald skillfully weaves a compelling meditation on our continent’s largest predators, he delivers a profound and powerful message for all to consider as bear country quickly shrinks and our worlds collide.



Bear Park

Bear Park Author Ryan Seek
ISBN-10 9781458036100
Release 2014-04-05
Pages 80
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A massive, lightning and thunder storm knocks out the power on what had been an idyllic day at a Montana bear preserve, trapping the Camber Family in Bear Park. Suddenly, what was never supposed to happen, happens and the family of four find themselves fighting for their very lives against the jaws and slashing claws of renegade grizzly behemoths.



Ice Bear

Ice Bear Author Kieran Mulvaney
ISBN-10 9781409022909
Release 2011-01-06
Pages 272
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The polar bear is one of the most recognisable animals on the planet. Yet if global warming continues at its present pace, summer sea ice could disappear entirely from the Arctic Ocean by the year 2040. Polar bears could be extinct within a generation. Ice Bear is the definitive account of an iconic species: its life, its past, and its uncertain future. These beautiful bears are creatures of paradox: Arctic residents whose major problem is not staying warm, but keeping cool. Officially classed as marine mammals, they are the world's largest land carnivores. They begin life in a snowdrift; at birth they weigh just twenty ounces. Fully grown, they become massive predators that can walk almost silently, ten feet in length and close to 2,000 pounds. Wandering thousands of miles over the course of a year, they are, above all, creatures of the ice. Without sea ice and the life it supports, polar bears cannot survive. Kieran Mulvaney is an expert on the Polar regions who has led three expeditions to the Arctic as well as Project Thin Ice 2006: Save the Polar Bear - the successful first attempt to reach the North Pole in summer and draw attention to the impact of climate change on polar bears. This book blends natural and human history, myth and reality with scientific and personal observation, to tell the story of these remarkable animals, the region in which they dwell, and the rapid changes overtaking planet Earth.



It s a Baby Black Bear

It s a Baby Black Bear Author Kelly Doudna
ISBN-10 9781617867125
Release 2010-09-01
Pages 24
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Each book provides vital statistics, growth milestones, adult involvement, eating and living habits, and environmental danger about each mammal. Additional fact blocks help young readers understand more complex vocabulary and concepts.



It s Not Your Fault Little Bear

It s Not Your Fault Little Bear Author Rachael Haskell
ISBN-10 9781304588081
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Bear Tales and Deer Trails

Bear Tales and Deer Trails Author Mike McConnell
ISBN-10 9781469718811
Release 2002-01-06
Pages 234
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Bear Tales and Deer Trails is a collection of hunting stories that take you into the heart of the Tongass National Forest. Come along with Mike and his hunting partners as they stalk bears and deer for food as part of their subsistence lifestyle. Each chapter begins a new adventure in the bays, muskegs and mountains of Southeast Alaska. The stories are full of interesting characters, vivid descriptions of the landscape and a look into a disappearing way of life. You will find information about guns, hunting techniques and lore about the animals themselves. The stories are true and drawn from the authors personal experiences. This is the Tongass when wild was still part of wilderness!



The Wizard and the Bear

The Wizard and the Bear Author William Edmonds
ISBN-10 9781450269261
Release 2011-02-22
Pages 140
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A spooky tale involving American Indians, a shaman of strange powers, a gullible warrior and a gigantic grizzly bear. Authentic Indian lore and animal life of he western prairies. Gray Bear, young warrior of the Missouris, is sent to learn the identity of the raiders who looted his home village on the Missouri River. In the woods at night he is attacked by a mysterious being with too many arms and legs to be human. His brother, an apprentice shaman, appears and treats his wound. In a cave the brothers find a starving man whom they can use as guide. Gray Bear acquires a faithful follower, a big and very brave dog. Soon they are captured by warriors of a kindred people who take them as guests to the big town at the center of the world. The shaman conjures up a frightful vision by mass hypnosis and Gray Bear trains for war with fierce members of his age group. Threatened by a rival shaman, the brothers must flee from the town but not before Gray Bear wins the love of the beautiful daughter of his host. He defeats his assigned executioner, a supposedly invincible giant champion warrior. On the far western prairie Gray Bear meets a huge Grizzly bear and claims it as his totem. The shaman finds the village of the raiders and “sends his spirit” to steal back the sacred bundle of his people from a body on a burial scaffold He also steals a Bear Claw necklace for Gray Bear to wear. For this he is stricken with a mysterious sickness. In the homeward bound canoe he is near death but is restored to health by a mysterious incident in which the necklace is restored to its spirit owner. During a vigil, Gray Bear sees his faithful dog as a spirit wolf. He leads young men of the wolf clan in a successful attack against tribal enemies and becomes a war chief eligible to marry the princess of his dreams. The shaman entertains (terrifies) the members of his home village with mass hypnosis and becomes respected and honored by all.