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Busy Bears

We’ve been hearing reports of bear activity lately.  The berry picking wasn’t good for the bears either and they are in need of food before they hibernate for the winter. They are looking wherever they can for some good food

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Life is Good on the Gunflint Trail

The wildlife have been out and about on the Gunflint Trail lately. We saw a moose swimming in moose pond the other day and it seems every where we look we see another black bear. One cub was so small

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Oh Those Pesky Black Bears

I guess we aren’t the only part of the Superior National Forest that is experiencing friendly and frequent black bear visitors. The bear population must be at an all time high because many people are reporting seeing them either on

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Good-Bye Bear, Hello Squirrel

“Good Night Loon” is a popular children’s book title, Good-Bye Bear is not. Good-Bye and Good Riddance is what we’re saying about our overly friendly neighborhood bear. The lodge loving bear has been dealt with for the last time. We

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Unwanted Customer at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters

Every business owner has them. The customer who you put up with because they are paying good money but you really don’t enjoy having them around.   When they don’t pay it makes it all the more difficult to put up

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Big Bad Wolf, Goldilocks or Black Bear?

I have a strange feeling we are living in a warped Fairy Tale. We don’t have any pigs living in our house but we do sometimes have oatmeal(porridge) for breakfast and we definitely have bears. Once upon a time there

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Waking Up Hungry

You can probably tell by the red leaves in the background of this photo that this picture was not taken this spring. I haven’t seen any bear activity on the Gunflint Trail yet either but I’m sure we’ll see some

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Good-Byes You Look Forward To

There are some good-byes you look forward to while others you do not.  In the case of the black bear that has been hanging around Voyageur this year we are hoping to see him leave soon. We wish he would

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Blue Bears

It’s not a new species of bear but the bears are blue because they are sad. The blueberry crop has not ripened yet and the bears are hungry.  One very skinny bear has been checking out the garbages at Voyageur

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Animal Activity at Voyageur

Critters are out and about at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters, some bigger than others. Mark spotted a grouse with over 20 chicks following closely and quickly behind her. He also saw a large snapping turtle digging holes to lay her eggs

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