Poledancing in the woods?

November 6th, 2005


Bigfork bears like lunch served tall, thin

Most of the chewed poles are west of Bigfork. Buria said the damaged poles are a sight.

“It’s amazing; the first 6 feet is covered with bear hair,” he said. “They’re not just grabbing it, they’re actually hugging it. And they’re biting it right down to the core. That’s dangerous.”

Buria doesn’t believe the activity is sexually related, because the poles are chewed at various times of the year. And the pole-chewing intensity varies from year to year.

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