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Bow Hunting Black Bear In Ontario
Uploaded on 19 May, 2011
Often times a feeder station will be setup in a area where hunters know there is near by game. This is often the case with bear hunting. After the bear discovers the feeding station he will remember its location and return when hungry. The feeder station acts as a safe source of food and the bears learn this. Knowing that they can easily get food without having to dig or scavenge. A bear will always prefer a meal that he does not have to fight or work for. The hunters take advantage of this by setting up their tree stands near the feeder to get a easy shot.
Length : 9:16
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Length : 9:12
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Length : 7:56
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Length : 5:45
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Length : 7:59
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Length : 6:43