Huckleberry Bear Bear • Photo by Michael Stillwater
Below is a fascinating example of porcupine intelligence. The idea might be strange to many of us, but when you think of it, all animals must have an adaptable intelligence in order to survive. In this case, a porcupine communicating his needs to a human. But not just any human—specifically
Our very sleepy and seasonably plump bears recently settled in for their long winter’s nap, but that doesn’t mean work on their new gardens has slowed down. The landscapers are busily trying to finish up ahead of winter, planting over 200 trees and shrubs, laying out irrigation, ensuring the wetlands
We all know the look. It’s the same look a child has when they’ve been caught with their hand in the cookie jar. Many of us have seen cute viral videos of dogs and cats displaying the same guilty look when they’ve been caught red-handed doing something they know they
Fall is in the air and Mother Nature has already given us our first dusting of snow here in the valley. The days are shorter and cooler, so the construction crews continue busily working long days and weekends to beat the changing weather and meet scheduling deadlines. Recently, our General
We are already four months into construction on our new Bear Gardens, which means we are approximately halfway through the build. Construction is scheduled for completion by January 1! The bears will be hibernating for the winter by then, so we anticipate moving them to the new gardens when they
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