Wild and Free

A mother bear and her two cubs use the safety of a juniper tree in the June Lake Loop area to assess their world. An increasing number of bears are moving into more populated areas in the Eastern Sierra, seeking food as the winter season approaches, and even water due to the drought. The best way to keep them wild and free and to stay safe is to keep all food and trash secure.

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