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THE BERRY PATCH

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In Glacier National Park, berries are a major food source for both grizzly and black bears. During a good berry year, bears consume thousands of berries each day in an effort to put on weight prior to denning, like this cinnamon-phase black bear that was observed feasting on huckleberries near Windy Creek.
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Black Bears, Glacier National Park
In Glacier National Park, berries are a major food source for both grizzly and black bears. During a good berry year, bears consume thousands of berries each day in an effort to put on weight prior to denning, like this cinnamon-phase black bear that was observed feasting on huckleberries near Windy Creek.