Re(1): NH

Mark, that is interesting and exciting. I wonder if it could be they are afraid nobody would believe them;especially the "authorities"or,they would perk the interest of "big game hunters" even though they knew it would be illegal to shoot it unless it was a threat, or they could be concerned too many thrill seekers would try to spot them and with all that added human activity it may make them likely to move on. Whatever the reason I'm happy they are around! Thanks for sharing - I hadn't heard of hikers spotting any and it only goes to prove - you leave them alone they'll leave you alone.

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