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First off, I apologize for the shaky video but I was working off tripod...something I rarely do. This morning a call came in to the tv station where I work (WDAM TV) that a black bear had been sighted in someone's back yard. Upon arrival, they told me the bear had gone back into the woods. Undaunted, I put my tracking skills to the test and found him about a hundred yards in the forest. What makes this sighting so special for me, is that this bear isn't collared and truely virgin wild. And now, for your viewing pleasure...the Jones County Black Bear. A word of warning: Black Bears are federally protected with a minimum of $100000 dollars fine and six years in jail for harming them. The Mississippi Department of Wildlife has set a 'live trap' to capture and tag him. He'll be released back into the wild.
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