Saturday, January 20, 2007

Wildlife

Can you believe it? We have this wild thing in our neighborhood! We encountered it during daytime a couple months ago when we drove around the city. I am not sure where it is. I hope it left town and went wild in its own domain.

Brown Bear
Bear in the Greater Vancouver

31 comments:

Ma said...

Oh my gosh! Don't go outdoors, be safe. That's a great photo of that gigantic bear!

Mine is up also.

masgblog said...

I luv teddy bears.....:-)

grrrrr

just popping by to give you another comment for exercise...

Expat Traveler said...

Ouch, that's not a good thing! I guess we are locals to each other! I'm in North Van...

Barbara H. said...

Wow! Hope you don't run into him personally!

Barbara said...

OMG - Did you take that picture? That is wild!

Gattina said...

That is a nice neighbour ! Terrible, I just would like to see him from far (very far !) We only have cats and dogs walking around that's all !

Incog & Nito said...

I know he is wild, but he looks cute. Although wouldn't want him hanging around my neighbourhood!!

Sunflower said...

Come on, Vancouver is a nice city:-)
Don't be too scared! You need to be very lucky to meet this wild thing:-)

Sunflower

srp said...

Poor thing, probably wandered in. I hope they were able to sedate him/her and transport back into the mountains.

Connie said...

Well that would certainly make me drive a littler faster to the mall and hurry to the door!!lol

Great picture for today's theme.
All kidding aside...I do hope he went home.

Take care,
Connie
My photo is up.

local girl said...

Now that is definitely "wild". I sure hope that poor bear made it back home safely!

Danella said...

Ohmygoodness! WILD and scarey... wow.. great shot.

Mine is up too.

Sweet Kitty said...

Did you really take that on your own? Wow that's scary wild!!!!
Great photo anyway!!

My photo is up too. Please stop by my blog and have a look!!

Have a nice weekend,
Sonny
I will exercise for comments!!

Chateau said...

Wow, that's scary-awesome wild! :) I hope nobody gets hurt by it.

Have a great weekend!

Caylynn said...

Scary! I hope they were able to get him/her back to the wilderness. Definitely wild!

Have a good weekend!

Chris said...

:-O

My wife's just been reading a book on bear attacks....glad I'm this side of the monitor....

Leah said...

too close and personal to be wild huh? i hope it left town and went wild in its own domain.

Nice shot!

Debbie said...

That is just a bit too wild for me! Great share for the theme!


My photo is up. Happy Saturday!

Dragonheart said...

Yikes! I hope the bear made it home. Good choice for the theme.

Daisy said...

Aaahhhhhh! That photo scairt me! Very wild.

Hootin'Anni said...

I've seen lions, tigers now bears oh my!!!


My wild in the desert is posted. Come join in....but keep the bread crumbs in your pocket!!!

Sanni said...

Great shot. I love bears =)

ROOOOAR! 2 tigers and a special tigger? Please visit my wild hunt @ Coffee 2 go - thank you!

Tink said...

Great picture! I love bears, but in my neighbourhood.... I don't know!

crpitt said...

Cool photo, bear is almost as wild as my hair! thanks for the visiting me! now get exercising!

Claire

Carol said...

Holy Moley! I'd be so afraid to encounter this guy! He's pretty big.

Nice photo for today's theme.

Happy Saturday to you!

Bee said...

That is a great picture, a little too close for comfort. We had a couple of those big cuddly bears in our backyard when we lived in North Van.

eph2810 said...

Wow - that is a close-up of a bear. We just seen a report on National Geographics Channel the danger of bears coming too close to humans...

Great shot for this week's theme :)

Teena said...

Great shot!!!!

Mine's up too :)

tiggerprr said...

I would probably pee my pants if I saw that in my yard. LOL

PastorMac's Ann said...

Oh wow! Wild and definitely scary! That is ONE BIG BEAR! Can't imagine seeing him in my neighborhood.

Great choice for The Hunt.

sarala said...

Great photo. No bears here. I guess I forgot to Mister Linky you on Saturday. So now I am.