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This wiki page can be used to document individual bears and family groups that were observed during the 2016 season but were unidentified at the time.  In the future, if an identification is determined we can easily access the information located here and transfer it to a new page created for that bear.  

July 2016:

2016.07.16 - 2016.07.21:

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805? or 807?:

Is this 805 ? or 807 ?   Truman Everts captured this photograph of possibly one of 132's 2014 offspring (p 08/31/16 07:05 ).  It appears that Truman's photo may be of the 132 offspring that was commonly referred to as "Geo" / "Goofy Eared One".  It is uncertain if 805 or 807 is that bear.

2016.07.19:  

Is this the bear referred to as 2016 NOT274?  Is this 68?

Truman Everts posted 09/03/16 07:19 .  Truman Everts also shared this information about this photograph (p 09/03/16 07:30 ):

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2016.07.21:

Is This 410?

Truman Everts posted 08/29/16 17:18.  Truman Everts posted 09/01/16 08:28 .  On December 8, 2019 at 00:21 , Truman Everts shared this information about the sow he photographed on July 21, 2016:  "I went back to those 2016 snapshots, to see if there were any related cub shots.  I observed this bear (initially sleeping, then awake) from 11:24 AKDT to to 11:54...a full half hour, but no pics of cubs...(admittedly though, the grass was very tall just east of the lower river platform, so they could have been hidden)."  Mike Fi:tz commented on December 8, 2019 at 08:42 :  "Second bear (7/21) is 410, I believe."

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"Red Bear", Unidentified Adult

October 2016:

2016.10.08:  "Red Bear" displaces 274 Overflow video by Ratna Narayan:

"red bear" displaces 274 Overflow above the falls and at the office October 8, 2016 by Ratna Narayan

"red bear" displaces 274 Overflow above the falls and at the office October 8, 2016 by Ratna Narayan

There is wonder if this bear that was dubbed "Red Bear" in 2016 could be 461 .  461 was observed during official Fall 2016  bear monitoring sessions .

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