cinnamon bear


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reddish-brown color phase of the American black bear

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A rainy day isn't good for anything," Cinnamon Bear said grumpily.
Throwing my binos against my face, I immediately recognized the incoming bruin as the young cinnamon bear I had passed earlier.
Kodiak owns a 25% working interest under 7,325 acres under the Cinnamon Bear Project, consisting of the Lowell and North Wrangler Prospects.
This made for great pictures and video until a 200-pound cinnamon bear came in and chased them off.
The steam injection cycle is set to commence immediately upon the conclusion of operational testing being completed now in Wyoming on the Cinnamon Bear 2-4 well.
I don't know how the dogs managed to bay both bears or which one they were trailing from the kill, but after an arduous chase through the reservation's rocky canyons, we finally caught and dispatched the cinnamon bear.
The first bear that I ever killed was a color-phase bear, a cinnamon bear in Oregon in 1972.
In Wyoming, we have received authority to steam, soak and produce the Cinnamon Bear 2-4 and we are pleased with the various test results.
Harley pushes me ahead, motioning to put another arrow into the cinnamon bear.
Shortly after she'd first come in, Jim glimpsed a big cinnamon bear, but it disappeared just as fast as it had appeared.
OTC Pink Sheets: EYTC) today announced it has completed the Cole Federal 1-26 and the Cinnamon Bear 2-4 in Big Horn County, Wyoming.
Another well, the Cinnamon Bear 2-4 is awaiting steam injection pursuant to an injection permit pending before the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
Finally, bewildered, I glanced back, and Dyrk motioned to our left--where a little cinnamon bear was virtually breathing down my neck, watching us curiously.
Another well, the Cinnamon Bear 2-4, on private (non-BLM) acreage, was drilled in early 2004 and is awaiting completion.
The day was lucky for Marty, however, as he took a beautiful cinnamon bear that evening.