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2584) gmcgilli66 
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kamloops Location
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Monday, 9 July 2018 09:06 AM Write a comment

Kiwi cam off line? hiway 24 web cams off also???

ronnieouthereinthebushes Tuesday, 10 July 2018 11:49 AM
yes , We've been bitching and they keep saying it will be fixed . ya right
2583) Steve M 
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South side Location
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Saturday, 23 June 2018 08:39 AM Write a comment

(2583) Grizzly location June 2.
2582) lipripper 
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Saturday, 23 June 2018 08:23 AM Write a comment

grizzlies or any wild creature knows no borders they go where they need to in the search for food or a mate you are likely to see more bear in the coming years with the ban on grizz hunting
2581) Pistolpete 
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South of north Location
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Friday, 22 June 2018 09:07 AM Write a comment Send E-mail

5 kms is close?
2580) Gary 
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maple ridge Location
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Friday, 22 June 2018 06:48 AM Write a comment Send E-mail

I highly doubted that a grizzly bear would be anywhere near Sheridan lake. Then, I zoomed in on the photo. Wow, that is indeed a grizzly. What road on the southside was that? East end or West end?

Steve M Saturday, 23 June 2018 08:13 AM
Sheridan Rayfield/East FSR at the cattle guard. Approximately 1km south of the lake.
2579) Steve M 
Location:
South Side Location
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Thursday, 21 June 2018 10:08 PM Write a comment

(2579) A real beauty tonight.
2578) Tim K 
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bowerslake/langley Location
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Wednesday, 6 June 2018 07:37 AM Write a comment Send E-mail

i have had a cabin on Bowers Lake since 78.
Travelled many miles on ATV and snowmobile. only saw black bear until 6 years ago. 5 of us saw our first grizzly on Wavey Lake Road.Then next year saw a young grizzly cross Highway 24 at lemieux creek.Their natural boundary to the north used to be canim and mahood lake.Lots of them north of that for years.I zoomed in on your picture you posted .IMHO it definitely looks like a grizzly with the distinct hump on back and longer legs. Sightings will only get more as the grizzly hunt is now over for good. Young bears will push south looking for their own territory. tk
2577) Steve M 
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South Side Location
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Saturday, 2 June 2018 07:37 PM Write a comment

(2577) A very large Grizzly bear on the south side of Sheridan spotted this evening.

Rene Send E-mail Sunday, 3 June 2018 05:16 PM
Hmmm ... I would be very surprised if that was a grizzly as they are extirpated through out our entire region of the cariboo. From North of Quesnel, south to the border. If you really think it was a Griz you may want to report it to the conservation folk as they need to know about him.

Rene Send E-mail Sunday, 3 June 2018 05:19 PM
Either way ... I don't want to meet him going to the biffy ... Garbage will be kept in the shed from now on ... and it's a great picture.

Steve M Tuesday, 5 June 2018 09:33 AM
Yes, I've been in touch with wildsafe BC. They suspect it's the same grizzly that was spotted 5 days earlier near Little Fort. Here was his explanation:

I suspect that there haven't been grizzlies seen in your area for some time because the base population of grizzlies had been extirpated many years ago and the surrounding areas that had had grizzlies had enough room to accommodate the increase in population without forcing young bears out. If bear populations are increasing in neighbouring areas this may contribute to bears showing up where none had been seen before.

Rene Send E-mail Tuesday, 5 June 2018 06:12 PM
Wow ... A Grizzly ... I'm not sure if I'm happy to see them making a comeback or terrified that he's in the neighborhood ... Time to make LOTS of noise when walking in the woods.
2576) kamlooper 
Location:
Kamloops Location
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Saturday, 19 May 2018 01:14 PM Write a comment Send E-mail

"missing it!" first time in 20+ years we haven't been up for the May long. Have a good'un!!!
2575) Aunt Bea 
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Saturday, 5 May 2018 01:57 PM Write a comment Send E-mail

It's ICE OFF...Last nights windy thunder storm got rid of the floating slush...Here, fishy fishy...

Rotten Send E-mail Saturday, 5 May 2018 04:25 PM
Nice !! ><{{{*>
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