” I saw a bear in Sabin Pass approximately 15 years ago. Just south of the Keith Lake Boat Cut, it was crossing the street.
I laughed when I heard this visit from a live version of my Higher Calling Wildlife spread. And it wasn’t because I thought it was a crazy assertion; rather, I was certain of what she had seen.
” Mam, that wasn’t a bear that you saw. Elk was the animal.
I continued by saying that a owner on the Louisiana part of the complete had let loose some elk on his property. Some had reported seeing them elsewhere, and I had half seen them in Lighthouse Cove.
A number of them crossed over to the Texas area, and Texas Parks & Wildlife actually captured a few them out of concern that they might bring CWD to Texas.
However, according to a 1989 article in The Oklahoman, there was once an actual bear in Texas.
According to reports, a stray bull elk that has occasionally been spotted in the Oklahoma Panhandle is in serious trouble in northern Kansas.
According to Kansas animals officers, the great bull appears to be severely infected with parasites and is in poor physical condition.
The animal was first seen in South Dakota in October 1987. It had an amazing collection of horns. Since then, it has crossed the Panhandle, entered Texas, and passed through Nebraska and Kansas. After that, it went back to Kansas and settled in the Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge before setting out on another journey next slide. In September of last year, it was spotted close to the Optima Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.
This stray bear, which arrived from Colorado, demonstrates how unconcerned animals is with the boundaries and maps we place on them. Ever come across an creature that shouldn’t be in Texas?
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Mr. Chester Moore