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BLACK BEAR FOOD HABITS IN YOSEMITE NATIONAL

@inproceedings{Park2007BLACKBF,
  title={BLACK BEAR FOOD HABITS IN YOSEMITE NATIONAL},
  author={Park and David M. Graber},
  year={2007}
}
A 5-year study of black bears (Ursus americanus) in Yosemite National Park commenced in 1974 to provide park managers with information necessary for professional stewardship of the species. At the time, both the public and the National Park Service were concerned about increasing property damage and personal injuries caused by bears, and that actions by visitors and park staff were inimical to a wild, healthy bear population. Black bear food habits were investigated to determine the role of… 

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