Black Bear Fine Art Wildlife Photography Prints and Wall Art

Pictures of American Black Bears and Black Bear Cubs

A Black Bear photography gallery of pictures of North American Black Bears and their cubs by professional wildlife photographer Joseph C. Filer, capturing these beautiful animals in their natural habitats in Wyoming and Canada.

Black Bear photographs are for sale as Limited Edition Fine Art Paper Prints, Chromaluxe ® Metal Prints, and non-glare TruLife ® Acrylic Prints. Frames and large-scale prints 6 feet or more in size are available.

Facts About Black Bears

The Black Bear (Ursus americanus) is the most common North American bear. The adult black bear can be 5 to 6 feet tall and weigh 200 to 600 pounds. Males can be up to 70 percent heavier than females. Black bears become dormant in the winter. After a gestation period of 60-70 days, 1 to 4 cubs are born in January or February and remain with the mother bear for 16 months.

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The Wild Beauty Of Black Bears

The exact population of the American Black Bear is not known, as numbers are not available from some states like Alaska, Wyoming, and others. Their main habitat is throughout the Appalachian Mountains in the east and the various mountains in the west. California has the largest population of Black Bears in the contiguous United States.

Although they are omnivores, they are usually seen feeding on berries and other plant-based food. Photos of Black Bears are commonly taken at National Parks such as the Great Smoky Mountains, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Glacier, Yosemite, and others.

History, Habitat and Facts about American Black Bears

The American Black Bear is one of the most common types of bear in North America. They are named for their dark fur, which contrasts with other types of bears that have brown or blond hair. The habitat and diet of black bears vary depending on where they live, but there are some general trends about these animals. For instance, black bears live mostly in forests or wooded areas- meaning that cities are not a likely home to them!

Black Bears will eat anything from berries to small mammals like squirrels if they can catch them. They also enjoy honey and fruit when it's available too! While an average adult male weighs around 100 pounds, females weigh up to 500 pounds! This makes them much smaller than other types of bear species which makes them more likely to be seen by humans.

Black Bears are currently thriving in the United States- it's possible that you could spot one of these guys if you live in or near wooded areas! Remember, though, they aren't aggressive by nature so don't go looking for a bear fight. If you do see one, keep your distance, snap some photos if you can, and notify the proper authorities.

There are several reasons why black bears are thriving in America today. One reason is that they have a relatively low population density, which means that they don't come into contact with humans as often as other types of bears. Another reason is that black bears are very adaptable creatures and can thrive in a variety of environments. This means that they can live in both rural and urban areas, which has led to an increase in sightings in recent years. Finally, black bears are considered "game" animals in many states, meaning that they can be hunted by people for sport. This has led to increased conservation efforts and a rise in the bear population overall.

Black bears may look cute and cuddly from a distance, but they can be dangerous if you get too close. For one, they are incredibly strong animals and can cause a lot of damage if they decide to attack. They also have sharp claws and teeth that can easily injure or kill a person. Finally, black bears are known to be very aggressive when they feel threatened- so it's best to avoid them altogether if you see one in the wild.

If you do encounter a black bear, try to stay calm and slowly back away. Do not turn your back on the bear or run away- this will only incite the animal to chase you. If the bear gets too close, try to make yourself look as big as possible by holding your arms up and out. If you are with other people, group together to look more intimidating. If the bear is aggressive towards you, try throwing rocks or sticks at it- but only if you feel that this action will not endanger your life!

When encountering a black bear, it is important to remember two key things: stay calm and give the bear space. Do not run or scream, as this may provoke the animal. Instead, back away slowly and make sure to keep an eye on the bear so you can gauge its reaction. If the bear starts to follow you, increase your speed and try to put something between you and the bear-like a car or large tree. If the bear attacks, fight back aggressively and do whatever you can to survive.