Saturday lake lunch. Oregon forests, no. 13
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Saturday lake lunch. Oregon forests, no. 13

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When you fly to California, drive nine hours into the Sierra Nevada, backpack into a frozen lake, and try to make the best of it.
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When you fly to California, drive nine hours into the Sierra Nevada, backpack into a frozen lake, and try to make the best of it.

@_mackenzieklein_  being a babe in Devil's Bathtub. πŸ”₯πŸ›
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@_mackenzieklein_ being a babe in Devil's Bathtub. πŸ”₯πŸ›

Sunset picnic on Angels Rest a few days ago. 20 minutes from Portland. πŸ‘Œ
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Sunset picnic on Angels Rest a few days ago. 20 minutes from Portland. πŸ‘Œ

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Black bear, before and after. Im very thankful that I can take part in a natural ecosystem only a couple hours from Portland.
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Bears eat, among other things, bear cubs, deer fawns, and elk calves. Since humans have imbalanced the whole world, its on us to make sure the fragmented natural places stay balanced for the animals that still live in it.
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The fees from hunting helps pay for wildlife biologists whose full time jobs it is to help conserve the animals in our woods and deserts. Animals only get hunted that are deemed okay to be hunted by biologists monitoring animal populations, and those license fees further their research and conservation.
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This bear had to be checked in at @myodfw, where they take a tissue sample and pull a tooth in order to age the bear. I had to let them know where, within 1 square mile, it died. This is their way of making sure bear populations stay healthy and in check with the populations of their prey in the area.
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Anyway, this bear is real tasty.
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Black bear, before and after. Im very thankful that I can take part in a natural ecosystem only a couple hours from Portland. -- Bears eat, among other things, bear cubs, deer fawns, and elk calves. Since humans have imbalanced the whole world, its on us to make sure the fragmented natural places stay balanced for the animals that still live in it. -- The fees from hunting helps pay for wildlife biologists whose full time jobs it is to help conserve the animals in our woods and deserts. Animals only get hunted that are deemed okay to be hunted by biologists monitoring animal populations, and those license fees further their research and conservation. -- This bear had to be checked in at @myodfw, where they take a tissue sample and pull a tooth in order to age the bear. I had to let them know where, within 1 square mile, it died. This is their way of making sure bear populations stay healthy and in check with the populations of their prey in the area. -- Anyway, this bear is real tasty.

Took a black bear off Mount Hood last night during the spring season. Food for me and my friends through the summer. πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
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Took a black bear off Mount Hood last night during the spring season. Food for me and my friends through the summer. πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

From left to right: bear shit, my foot, elk track.  Oregon forests, no. 12
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From left to right: bear shit, my foot, elk track. Oregon forests, no. 12

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Turkey camp. Tomorrow, BLUH-bluh-bluh-bluh-bluh-bluh. Oregon forests, no. 11
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Turkey camp. Tomorrow, BLUH-bluh-bluh-bluh-bluh-bluh. Oregon forests, no. 11

Is it summer again yet? @_mackenzieklein_  crossing a creek in Argentinian Patagonia.
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Is it summer again yet? @_mackenzieklein_ crossing a creek in Argentinian Patagonia.

An apartment building in Santiago that's seen better days.
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An apartment building in Santiago that's seen better days.

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Finally looked at this roll of film over the weekend. @kansashane and I went to Amsterdam over the holidays and wandered around. At night, downtown became pretty crowded and filthy.
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Finally looked at this roll of film over the weekend. @kansashane and I went to Amsterdam over the holidays and wandered around. At night, downtown became pretty crowded and filthy.

El ChaltΓ©n, both the mountain and the town. Patagonia, no. 12
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El ChaltΓ©n, both the mountain and the town. Patagonia, no. 12

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