re: I just had the first documented casePosted by DONHOGG on 4/25/13 at 10:03 pm to JAB528
Confirmed it was eaten by a bear and they were fixin to leave. No visible signs on the front or back of the calf. They decided to skin the neck and found bruising then teeth marks. The tendon that held its neck up was into. It was really weird because no hair was missing.
re: I just had the first documented casePosted by DONHOGG on 4/25/13 at 10:17 pm to JAB528
No money!!! I live about a mile from Black Bear golf course and the new lake. Before the lake was built the highest concentration of black bears in Louisiana was were the lake is now. We are over run!!!