Backyard. Often visited by bears.
I always look forward to your new sketches, and it sounds like you have the same bear problem that I have. Only difference I see is that my back yard is filled with evergreens instead of leafy trees, and the elevation is at about 4,000 feet.
Rose, lol. Draw your backyard and I’ll do better sketch, may be even with baby bear I saw last time. I don’t know how high is my place.
Well, I have a back yard, but alas, it’s a cliff with trees on top and the house (or at least my deck) is right up against the cliff. Everything behind my house is solid forest all the way to Snake Lake which is a distance of about ten miles. But I could try painting the front yard and see what happens.
Aren’t baby bears the cutest little fluffy bundles? But WOE, watch out for momma. She becomes fierce in protecting them, even if she’s a black bear. That’s practially the only time they do become aggressive, or if people have been feeding them and they become used to it. So I’m very careful NEVER to leave anything out that’s edible. I don’t even have a compost pile because I know they’d be rooting around in that. Once I forgot and left a couple of cans of tuna outside, and the teenage bear that came by destroyed the cans to get at the tuna. He got it all too, and came back the next day for more, but I made sure never to leave anything out again. So now I heard he went down to a neighbors chicken coop and raided that. Oh well, chicken dinner! Bears have to eat too!
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