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Posted by BRWNBR on Apr 28 2006
historicly i think kodiaks bears are monitiored better. peninsula is pretty dang big and not regulated like kodiak is. so i belive that just more is known about the kodiak bears. i'd tend to belive that some bears on the south end of the pen don't actually hibernate, i know some don't on kodiak.So i would guess that time outa the den is approx the same.
What i ment was that its was early for cubs to be out and for bears to be rubbed already. most sows and cubs "tend" to pop out more on the may side of the season. And i've never seen a bear rubbed by april 15th befor.

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