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"Stick with Me, Kid..." - Alaskan Brown Bear Sow and Cub, Limited Edition

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27"x18", Limited Edition 75, Giclée Print on Premium Hahnemuehle Fine Art Pearl Paper

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Inspiration:
Heading Out to Clam on the Mud Flats.
Alaskan Brown Bear Sow and Cub, Cook's Inlet, Alaska

In 2016, I was able to spend 10 glorious weeks exploring Alaska.  Some of the most memorable days were spent photographing Alaskan Brown Bear sows and cubs on the tidal mud flats along Cook's Inlet.  Before the salmon begin to run or the area berries ripen, mother bears follow the age-old tradition of bringing their cubs down to the beach each time the tides go out, to teach them how to go clamming for Razor Clams. 

It was so much fun to watch the different techniques the various females employed.  Some would roll the clams underfoot until they broke, while others would scoop the clam into the top of their foot and roll it.  I found myself wondering if this was an individual trial and error process, or if each sow was imitating the techniques her own mother had employed to get to the tasty clams.


"Stick with Me, Kid..." - Alaskan Brown Bear Sow and Cub

      ... And We'll Go Far!

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Heading out to clam on the mud flats.

Alaskan Brown Bear Sow and Cub, Cook's Inlet, Alaska

In 2016, I was able to spend 10 glorious weeks exploring Alaska.  Some of the most memorable days were spent photographing Alaskan Brown Bear sows and cubs on the tidal mud flats along Cook's Inlet.  Before the salmon begin to run or the area berries ripen, mother bears follow the age-old tradition of bringing their cubs down to the beach each time the tides go out, to teach them how to go clamming for Razor Clams. 

It was so much fun to watch the different techniques the various females employed.  Some would roll the clams underfoot until they broke, while others would scoop the clam into the top of their foot and roll it.  I found myself wondering if this was an individual trial and error process, or if each sow was imitating the techniques their own mothers had used to get to the tasty clams.

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GREETING CARD FALL GIVEAWAY CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT!

ANNOUNCING THE WINNER OF THE 2020 GREETING CARD FALL GIVEAWAY CONTEST!!


A VERY HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS GOES OUT TO C. PRATT of FORT DAVIS, TEXAS, WITH HER MYSTERY-PARTS PHOTO CLUES ANSWER OF DESERT BIGHORN SHEEP!
(See more photos below!)

3 Desert Bighorn Rams clashing

(And here are a few more photos to help those of you who participated in the contest visualize where all the parts go!)

Young female Bighorn Sheep ewe

2 Desert Bighorn rams tusseling

Desert Bighorn Sheep ram from the rear to note width of horns.

Desert Bighorn ewe.

Bighorn Sheep rams posturing.

Desert Bighorn ewe leaping fence.

Desert Bighorn ram meaning business!

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Thanks again to all of you who participated in the contest!!

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Wildlife Greeting Card Fall Giveaway Contest!  3 Days Only!

 

Be the first to correctly guess the species/subspecies from these mystery-parts daily photos postings, and win a pack of three wildlife photography greeting cards (blank inside), a $12 value, from Eva Stanley’s Drawn To Nature Studio!

To enter the contest, check out each day's new photos, then simply fill in critter name below and add your entry!

Contest ends at 12am, Sunday, October 25th, 2020.  Winner will be announced Monday, October 26th!

 

And Now Watch For Each Day's new "Mystery Parts"!

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Mystery Parts- Day 1

 

 

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