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WILD WEDNESDAY: Why the last week of January is important for black bears

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January 30, 2019 - 10:00 AM

Although they don't emerge until the spring, most black bear cubs are born in the last week of January.

Once spring arrives, they are old enough to travel and learn from their mothers, WildSafeBC says. They learn where to find food and what type of food they can eat.

Check out the footage captured by WildSafeBC trail cameras of some black cubs searching for food.


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