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Bear tooth results

Discussion in 'MichiganBear.com' started by Reeleasy, Mar 20, 2018.

  1. ezcaller

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    Very cool had no idea they could determine birth years but I am not a bear guy.Watched the warden show where they used hunting dogs to find box turtles in Michigan thought that was cool too.Congrats on the bear!
     
  2. MISTURN3

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    Good info provided there.....it may be worth something to her if one of you sent a different email stating what a nice job she does, etc. maybe only a pat on the back but sometimes a "thank you" makes someones day.......
     

  3. FishHog

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    that was great info and very interesting, thanks for sharing. If you send her a thank you email, please share that many others here appreciated it as well.
     
  4. Sprytle

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    Yep!



    From: Bob Lytle [mailto:robertl@vanmanen.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 7:25 AM
    To: Cosgrove, Melinda (DNR)
    Subject: RE: Bear tooth results


    Thank you so much for following up Melinda. How can you tell if it had cubs from a tooth sample? That is very interesting! I appreciate the work that you do. Have a great day!
     
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  5. Callinalldeer

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    Thanks for posting. I never knew they could tell when a sow had cubs.
     
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  6. Beeg

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    Found information about having cubs interesting . My wife and I got letters in mail last week , showing age results from our two Ontario spring bears. Her bear was 10 years old and mine was 4 years old. She has taken four Ontario archery bears since 2006. Their ages were 7, 2 at 8 and 1 at 10 years . She is not a trophy deer hunter but she sure is a trophy bear hunter. She holds out or just does not shoot.
     
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