The thoughts and work of Jennifer Eolin... comedian, actor and general all around weirdo.
The diet of black bears is high in carbohydrates and low in proteins and fats. Consequently, they generally prefer foods with high protein or fat content, thus their propensity for the food and garbage of people. Bears feeding on a protein-rich food source show significant weight gains and enhanced fecundity. Spring, after black bears emerge from winter dens, is a period of relative food scarcity. Bears tend to lose weight during this period and continue to subsist partly off of body fat stored during the preceding fall. They take advantage of any succulent and protein- rich foods available; however, these are not typically in sufficient quantity to maintain body weight.Run. Run fast.
I love your priorities, suspend account then call animal control, :-) nice.I think during your "down time" you should go home, camera crew in toe, and film a short little nature show for your loyal reader here at new old biddy. Just be careful when you do it! :-) Marcy