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Thread: Police suspect Northern Ont. blueberry picker was killed by bear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Species8472 View Post
    Perhaps you mean Hudson Bay as opposed to James Bay. They have been seen in Northern Manitoba about 200 km from the Ontario border on the west shore of Hudson's Bay. 200 km from Ontario's NW corner is not that far and quite possible they have migrated into that part of Ontario but i doubt they are roaming the Red Lake area as that's 600 or 700 km due south of there. The NW corner of James Bay is also quite a distance from the NW corner of the province - haven't measured it but gotta be at least 500 km putting it say 700 km from where the confirmed sightings were.

    If you actually meant James Bay that would be interesting and i would love to see the pics and/or source for that as that is not that far as the crow flies to Cochrane.

    I will try to post the info when I get home. Researchers have in the area of Polar Bear Provincial Park have photos and hair samples from polar black and Grizzlies.

    Not saying the red lake attacker was a Grizzly , but I have found black bears become more aggressive when living with Grizzlies.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Last edited by Snowwalker; July 23rd, 2020 at 08:12 PM.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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