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720 PIC 2006.07.02 NPS PHOTO MIKE FITZ POSTED 2019.04.24 07.58

720 July 2, 2006 NPS photo

Adult Female ~ No Longer Seen

1st Year Observed:  ?

Last Year Observed:  July 2006

Known Offspring Of:  ?

Known Litters of Cubs:  At least 1 in 2004

Genetics Study Samples Obtained:  ?



Identification:

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Distinctive Behaviors:

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Life History:

We have very little information about this 720, an adult female that was last officially observed in July 2006.  The only other thing that we know about her is that she had two yearlings in 2005.

What is interesting about 720 is that her bear monitoring number was recycled in 2016, after she had not been observed during official bea rmonitoring sessions for 10 years. 

The number 720 was reused in 2016 to identify a subadult female that was first officially observed in Fall of 2016 .

720 has now demonstrated for us how the bear monitoring data numbers are used and then recycled after a bear has not been observed in a long period of time.  

This is the 2005 video that led to us learning about this 720:

KATMAI en Alaska le site mondial des grizzlis pêchant le saumon by Safari-Nordique R et M-C BUGAULT-2

KATMAI en Alaska le site mondial des grizzlis pêchant le saumon by Safari-Nordique R et M-C BUGAULT-2

2004:  Adult Female with Spring Cubs

720 would have had spring cubs in 2004, but we have no other information available to us about that litter.

2005: Adult Female with 2 Yearlings

720 had two yearlings in 2005 .

2006:  Adult Female, Year Last Observed

2006.07.02:  NPS photo of 720:

720 was last officially observed in July 2006.

Known Courting & Mating:

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Known Litters of Cubs:

Only Known Litter to Us:

2004:  Spring Cubs

2005:  2 Yearlings

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Genetics Study Samples Obtained:

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