August 25, 2019

Tennesseans Better “Look Big.” Bear Spotted First Time 100 Years

A bear was spotted in Davidson County for the first time in more than 100 years.

The bear was caught on a trail camera in Joelton, not far from Whites Creek Pike. <<<Read More>>>

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Maine’s Early Deer Harvest Numbers? Crickets…..

A friend sent me this information and I thank him. Here we have portions of reports across parts of the United States where early deer hunting harvest information is made available to anyone interested. Check these out:

New Hampshire Deer Hunting Report

Maryland

Tennessee

Virginia

Wisconsin

And in Maine, where historically it takes 4-6 months for hunters to get any information about deer harvest…….Well, you guessed it:

MaineCrickets

And if it isn’t embarrassing enough that they can’t manage to inform people about what’s going on during the deer hunting season, I’ve just learned that the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife recently modified last year’s deer harvest report because “some information from tagging stations just arrived.”

Are you kidding me? Maine must be the most isolated state in the world. We live in a world of instant information and the best we can do is to receive deer hunting harvest numbers nearly one year after the event? WOW!

 

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Black Bear Believed to be Culprit in Two Missing Tennessee Dogs

“I went down to the garden area that I’ve got down there and stood and the dog was barking. And then all of the sudden, it made a yelping sound and that was the end of it – no more sounds,”<<<Read More>>>

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Bear Problems in Tennessee Town

“We been here 43 years, and we’ve never seen a bear,” Delores Hammitt said. “We have raccoons and groundhogs — but never a bear. We’ve been told, ‘If he gets aggressive, shoot it.’ We just want the neighbors to know they should be aware its out there. The more it hangs around here, the less afraid he’s going to be.”<<<Read More>>>

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