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Re: Mystery

A bear was treed in the middle of Peekskill, about ten miles from
here, a few weeks ago.  There have been other sightings from 
time to time in the area.  But this was in broad daylight, and I
was working outside not far away, though down the hill and on
the other side of some trees from the house so there was no
direct sight line. Still can't understand it.
In a message dated 7/7/2008 1:21:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
marolsh@verizon.net writes:

Around here that would have been a bear. One of my friends likes to 
tell about sitting on his deck at the top of a long flight of stairs, 
reading the paper. He looked up and saw a bear examining the 
hummingbird feeder next to him, and froze, of course. Bear paid him no 
attention at all.

Do you have any in the neighborhood? I make plenty of noise when I go 
out with my dog late at night; I wouldn't want to startle any bears, 
and there are a number of them here. They have taken my suet feeder and 
my trashcan, and regularly raid my friends' feeders.

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