Old bear makes it through another summer
The old boar black bear was weak from hunger and loss of weight as he hauled himself out of his winter den below the cedar root mass. Time has taken its toll. The den's cavity in the ground wasn't as deep as it used to be. Vegetation and sediment runoff was slowly filling the depression with soil. Even the roots of the old cedar tree that fell almost 13 years ago were deteriorating.
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