Some articles on bear, bear tracks, track:
... given by Paquet and Walker pointing to a bear culprit ... Upon looking at the photograph showing what Patterson assumed were the bear tracks indicated by Paquet, Patterson noted that the snow in which they occurred was heavily slushed, and that a clear wolf print ... he was uncertain because of his inexperience in track identification ...
Famous quotes containing the words tracks and/or bear:
“The tracks of moose, more or less recent, to speak literally, covered every square rod on the sides of the mountain; and these animals are probably more numerous there now than ever before, being driven into this wilderness, from all sides, by the settlements.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“All of womens aspirationswhether for education, work, or any form of self-determinationultimately rest on their ability to decide whether and when to bear children. For this reason, reproductive freedom has always been the most popular item in each of the successive feminist agendasand the most heavily assaulted target of each backlash.”
—Susan Faludi (20th century)