Tuesday, May 26, 2015

"The bear's posture indicated that it was considering climbing the pole and within seconds, he began to navigate his way up with relative ease," she said.

As he was climbing the two ravens that had been guarding the nest began to dive at the bear, pecking him and squawking.

She said the hungry bear paid no attention to them and once reaching the top, he balanced himself on two metal rails and proceeded to raid the nest while the ravens continued their attack.

"Once the bear had completed his meal, he began the journey down, not quite as gracefully, but without incident. When he reached the bottom, he sauntered off, like that was the way he secured his dinner every day," she said. "The ravens remained and sat next to the nest for hours as if in mourning."

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