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Re: [Hammock Camping] Dumb bear question

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  • Rick
    They wake from time to time and are seen at all times of the year, but they are less commonly a problem in the winter than in the summer. Rick
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 5, 2005
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      They wake from time to time and are seen at all times of the
      year, but they are less commonly a problem in the winter than in
      the summer.

      Rick

      Dick Matthews wrote:
      > Do southern bears hibernate?
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      > Maybe if they sleep the snow snakes eat them.
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      > Dick Matthews
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      > Jim Greenway wrote:
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      >>The note about parking @ Amicalola for the Springer New Year's Eve hammock
      >>hang set off a train of thought. My Boy Scout troop did a day hike up to
      >>Springer this weekend. Going south, we saw a laminated USFS sign up just
      >>before the Springer shelter. It said that, due to bear and environmental
      >>impact concerns, the USFS wanted campers to refrain from camping around the
      >>Springer summit until further notice. Anyone got any additional information?
      >>Jim
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