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Two sub-adult boars play beneath Brooks Falls, Katmai National Park.

N 14 B 203 C 11 E Sep 1, 2022 F Jan 31, 2023
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I almost cropped in closer on this one so you could more clearly see how one of the Littles is leaning in towards Mama and Mama's nose is touching her Little's shoulder.

But then I decided not to because I kind of like showing the whole picture here, how everyone, including the gulls, were just in a bit of relaxation mode, taking a breather before the next big fishing splashes would begin again.

This is an uncropped photo and I was in front of the camp area and the bears and gulls were downriver just past one of their favorite fishing spots.

It's a shallow area where the salmon seem to rest and they are then very easy targets for the bears and it's a great place for Mama to school her 3 Littles at learning to catch salmon for themselves. Of course, as little as they are right now, they won't catch their own fish but they sure do watch Mama. Their little brains are recording and intently observing everything. Learning what they need to know.

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Taken from the county road just above Bedeciu village, hidden in the Capus valley. Some house and the church are visible from the county road.

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Bukovina is a historical region located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains, today divided between Romania and Ukraine. The name of this region first appears in a document issued by the Voivode of Moldavia Roman I Mușat on 30 March 1392. First traces of human occupation date back to the Paleolithic. The area was first settled by Trypillian culture tribes, in the Neolithic. It was then settled by now the extinct tribes of Dacians/Getae and Thracian/Scythian. Under Austrian rule, Bukovina was ethnically mixed: Romanians were predominant in the south, Ukrainians (commonly referred to as Ruthenians in the Empire) in the north, with small numbers of Hungarian Székelys, Slovak, and Polish peasants, and Germans, Poles and Jews in the towns. This region has a long and complicated history. (Wikipedia)

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Bukovina is a historical region located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains, today divided between Romania and Ukraine. The name of this region first appears in a document issued by the Voivode of Moldavia Roman I Mușat on 30 March 1392. First traces of human occupation date back to the Paleolithic. The area was first settled by Trypillian culture tribes, in the Neolithic. It was then settled by now the extinct tribes of Dacians/Getae and Thracian/Scythian. Under Austrian rule, Bukovina was ethnically mixed: Romanians were predominant in the south, Ukrainians (commonly referred to as Ruthenians in the Empire) in the north, with small numbers of Hungarian Székelys, Slovak, and Polish peasants, and Germans, Poles and Jews in the towns. This region has a long and complicated history. (Wikipedia)


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