Black Bear Festival Planned for Carrabelle
A native Florida species, currently listed as "threatened," the Florida Black Bear also is our state's largest land mammal and can climb a 100-foot tree in less than a minute.
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#1 Sep 23, 2008
Black bears have been spotted as recenbtly as yesterday,on Rock Landing Rd. between Rt. 67 and Jeff Sanders Rd. and on Jeff Sanders Rd near the small bridge.
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