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We are taking mature bears every year. Furnished is lodging and great meals. The license is over the counter but hunters planning to bear hunt need to be purchased ahead of arrival, as the license is not valid for 48 hours after purchase. Bear hunts are guided 1X2. Our bear’s coat coloring ranges from shades of black, brown, red and blonde. Probably around half of our bears are a color other than black.
An adult male black bear can weigh up to 400 pounds, though the average male weighs about 250 pounds. Female black bears typically weigh between 150 and 180 pounds. Their powerful limbs each have five toes and five short, curved claws for digging and cutting. Their front feet are about as long as they are wide, but the hind feet are long and narrow and resemble a human foot. Black bears have strong muscular necks and are very adept climbers. Black bears can scramble up a tree with remarkable ease!
Black bears’ potential life span may exceed more than 30 years. In New Mexico, bears have been documented to live 20-25 years. In most of their range where they are hunted the average life span is about 7-8 years. Their most frequent causes of death are hunting by humans, predation by other bears, and their becoming a nuisance by getting used to human food and subsequently having to be killed.
The black bear finds an excellent home within our hunting area. The bears have prospered with little hunting pressure and the population contains a high percent of older, fully mature bears. we will have bear hunts the last of August along with combination hunts during antelope, elk and deer season. These hunts are primarily spot and stalk.
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