Honey-Eater

Black Bear crosses road toward forest in PNW

Honey-eater.

Have been hearing about him for months. How he raided a cornfield a few miles south of us. Shook an apple tree to our west. First week of October, he spent three days at a neighbor’s place—opening their beehives.

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A friend caught him here, crossing this road nearby.

 

Black Bear crosses road toward forest in PNW

“One who is full loathes honey from the comb, but to the hungry even what is bitter tastes sweet. ”

—Proverbs 27:7

 

 

 

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