Black bear cubs are mostly born in middle to late January which is the hibernating season of black bears. They are completely dependent on their mothers when they are born, as they have almost no fur on their bodies. The weight of a newly born cub is not more than a pound, and they are born in litters of two to four cubs each. A newly born cub is not […]

Categories: Black Bears

Description The American black bear (Ursus americanus) is the most common medium sized bear in North America. Due to the species widespread across the United States it is estimated that their population is about twice that of all other bear species combined. They are heavily distributed throughout the United States in large forested areas but can be found throughout neighborhoods close to the woods in search of food. Typically most […]

Categories: Black Bears, Food, Habitat