EnviroNews Wyoming Cameraman Captures Black Bear From Eight Feet Away in Yellowstone Park

(EnviroNews Wyoming) – In what is to serve as the official launch of EnviroNews Wyoming, this awesome video from the archives demonstrates a very young black bear grazing on grass and various plants in a large meadow in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

While taping the episode, the curious young bear moved closer and closer to our camera crew, at one point coming within ten feet of them. A great opportunity to see an American black bear up close and personal, set to the live and spontaneous trance music of the Shamanic Ceremonial Music Ensemble.

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EnviroNews Wyoming Cameraman Captures Black Bear From Eight Feet Away in Yellowstone Park

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One Response to “EnviroNews Wyoming Cameraman Captures Black Bear From Eight Feet Away in Yellowstone Park”

  1. King Plain
    May 7, 2013 at 1:28 pm #

    Would not come that close to an bear. An black bear can run up to 25-30 mph. So, he would be real fast near you.
    That is actual why everyone is telling that you should not start to run when you see an black bear, because he would simple outrun you!

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