Huckleberry Bear Bear
A sensitive being, Huckleberry Bear Bear the black bear expressed new depths when he lost his brother, Major Bear.
More Stories About Huckleberry Bear Bear:
— by Susan Eirich, Ph.D. — No more bears. Nighty-night bears. Bears all gone. No bears anywhere... Does anyone see any bears? No – no bears. Our five sleepy bears are all tucked in for the winter. They may be magnificent. Huge. Powerful. ....Read More
— by Susan Eirich, Ph.D. — First, let it be known that the bears here at Earthfire eat extremely healthy food — buckets and buckets of fresh fruits and vegetables and a bit of high grade dog food to be sure all bases are covered. But every n ....Read More
-- by Susan Eirich, PhD -- They emerge slowly, tentatively– is it time yet? A damp nose. Sleepy little brown eyes. Fuzzy ears. One front leg reaches out of the den entrance. Followed by another. Slowly the front of the body emerges, seeming to exp ....Read More
— by Susan Eirich, PhD — Those of you who read the story of Huckleberry Bear Bear in “The Bear Who wouldn’t Budge” remember the bitter, bitter experience we had when human time and needs conflicted with animal time. Or at least Huckleberr ....Read More
Huckleberry Bear Bear has a mind of his own, and his own bear sense of time. We learned that a long time ago and it hasn't gotten any better. He is also now an elderly bear, not to mention a bit large, and moves rather slowly. He is particularly s ....Read More