How much do black bears eat Daily?
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According to the National Bear Conservation Foundation, black bears usually eat between 34 and 37.7 pounds each day. Yet these calculations may vary depending on envirnment and the size of the subject. Northern black bears tend to weigh less than southern black bears due to the amount of vegetation available.
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They will eat just about anything, since they are omnivores. Their principle diet depends on the location and the season. They will eat nuts, berries, grass and other plants, fish, insect larvae, small mammals like mice, voles, rats and rabbits, and will also hunt and kill larger game like deer, moo…se calves, or bison calves. They will also scavenge carcasses made by wolves, and may even be found in the garbage dump if they've found human food an easy meal to eat. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Black bears will eat deer that have been caught by another predator or another bear, or one that they have hunted themselves.
No, but black bear cubs have a much higher chance than the adults to get eaten by a roaming grizzly.
the answer will be "none" because there are none of the animal as big as black bear, or there only can be other black bear or other bears.>_< BTW this answer is way wrong who ever wrote/typed this is crazy!
One black bear kills another black bear. He ate a lot of that bear, but he got full. So along came a wolf. He ravished himself on the bear too. Next the buzzards came along and the black birds. They finished off the bear. Some dogs came along and grabbed a lot of bones to take home to bury in their …backyards. ( Full Answer )
Although bears are classified in the carnivore family, they exhibit characteristics that are predominately ominivoristic. 85% of their diet is typically vegetable matter. They also eat seeds, insects, berries, nuts, and some meat including carrion. Black bears also develop a taste for human garbage.… ( Full Answer )
Black bears eat meat ,fruit , and other things that they can get there paws on in the wild that a normal person like you and i would eat in the wild. you are a black bear wiz
Black Bears have no predators...except humans.. Brown Bears have been known to kill Black Bears, especially small ones. A large pack of wolves can and have killed Black Bears before. People don't realize but the majority of mature Black Bear sows weigh between 150 to 250 lbs. Young Black Bears that… recently got cut loose from their mother are even smaller than that and are the ones that seem to get themselves in trouble. The Black Bear has been around for thousands of years because it can climb trees just as good as a cat. It's their best defense against danger. ( Full Answer )
They might, but probably would not gain much nutrient fom it as it is too hard for their stomachs to digest. Wild bears have been known to eat certain types of tree bark, horsetail and skunk cabbage, but not grass.
Black bears are not known to eat other species of bears, or to be cannibalistic in nature. Here is a detailed outline of their diet: "Black bears are omnivores whose diet includes plants, meat, and insects. Their diet typically consists of about 10-15% animal matter." --Wikipedia For more informat…ion, please see the related link below this answer: ( Full Answer )
A baby scorpion eats loads of micro crickets. A adult scorpion eats loads of meal worms.
Not necessarily, but if they are provoked they will attack people.They are not man eaters.
I give my 65 lb. Aussie 1 cup a day. he is a bit of a couch potato (like me) but he stays healthy and not getting fat.
Alligators in southeastern united states will occasionally kill and feed on black bears. Humans will also hunt and eat bears, and male bears won't hesitate eating a bear cub or two if it comes across it. Vultures, ravens, magpies, beetles, flies, bacteria, wolves, coyotes and various other scavenger…s will eat a dead bear carcass. ( Full Answer )
No. Most bears are scared of humans and try to avoid them. If a black bear is threatened by a human it will defend itself and fight. yo yo yo i knew a black bear once his name was jack he hacked my profile and that's a fact.
Black bears do not eat a lot of animals. They prefer nuts andberries as well as insects. The will eat dead carcasses of otheranimals and small rodents and rabbits.
Mule and white-tailed deer fawns, moose and elk calves and occasionally bald eagle chicks. Though it should be noted that 85% of a black bear's diet is vegetation.
Berries, grass, fish and grubs. They still will seek the opportunity to hunt and eat rodents or clean off a wolf kill when the opportunity commences itself.
If a black-bear is hungry it will eat ANYTHING. So therefore a black-bear will eat a cat.
A black bear can eat a lone wolf, but since wolves live in packs, the black bear would prefer not to. When it comes to carrion fights, black bears will attack wolves and sometimes drive them away.
Yes, people hunt, kill, and eat black bears. Bear meat is tasty, but very tough. Tenderizing and marinating the meat is a must if you plan on eating it.
Asiatic black bears eat fruits, nest of bees, insects, invertebrates, small vertebrates. They also eat carrion stolen from tigers and leopards on ocassions.
Black Bears eat mostly fish and berries and any fruit that they may find. They rarely actively hunt other mammals. They will eat anything that they may find which is dead (like carrion from a wolf kill), as well as what they can find in human garbage.
Black bears may be the least carnivorous of the "carnivores" of North America. They consume a wide variety of seasonally abundant herbs, forbs, fruits, berries, nuts, and other plant parts and products. The specific plants may differ among the a number of ecoregions of North America. However, certai…n trends are evident. Spring foods are predominantly grasses, sedges, shoots and other high-protein lush green vegetation. Deer and other carcasses may be scavenged, as well as leftover nuts. Skunk cabbage is important in Massachusetts and squaw root in the southern Appalachians. During summer, bears shift to energy-rich "soft mast" foods such as huckleberries, blackberries, raspberries, grapes, and cherries. Protein-rich insects such as ants, wasps, and beetle larvae are usually taken. Crayfish, frogs, birds' eggs, mice, red squirrels, woodchucks, snowshoe hare, and other animal food are occasionally eaten. Then, in autumn (where available), "hard mast" items including acorns, hickory nuts, beechnuts, hazelnuts, pine nuts, and similar foods are taken. Corn is also eaten where available. Bears can make tremendous weight gains in fall, as much as 3 to 4 lbs. per day. However, in northern areas, where hard mast is lacking, bears must rely only on berry crops for weight gain and den after those are exhausted. Bears, especially adult males, and especially when foods are scarce, may travel up to 125 miles outside their home range in late summer and early fall to a concentrated food source before returning home to den.. Black bears may be the least carnivorous of the "carnivores" of North America. They consume a wide variety of seasonally abundant herbs, forbs, fruits, berries, nuts, and other plant parts and products. The specific plants may differ among the a number of ecoregions of North America. However, certain trends are evident. Spring foods are predominantly grasses, sedges, shoots and other high-protein lush green vegetation. Deer and other carcasses may be scavenged, as well as leftover nuts. Skunk cabbage is important in Massachusetts and squaw root in the southern Appalachians. During summer, bears shift to energy-rich "soft mast" foods such as huckleberries, blackberries, raspberries, grapes, and cherries. Protein-rich insects such as ants, wasps, and beetle larvae are usually taken. Crayfish, frogs, birds' eggs, mice, red squirrels, woodchucks, snowshoe hare, and other animal food are occasionally eaten. Then, in autumn (where available), "hard mast" items including acorns, hickory nuts, beechnuts, hazelnuts, pine nuts, and similar foods are taken. Corn is also eaten where available. Bears can make tremendous weight gains in fall, as much as 3 to 4 lbs. per day. However, in northern areas, where hard mast is lacking, bears must rely only on berry crops for weight gain and den after those are exhausted. Bears, especially adult males, and especially when foods are scarce, may travel up to 125 miles outside their home range in late summer and early fall to a concentrated food source before returning home to den.. ( Full Answer )
Black bears only eat dead or injured grizzly bears that they rarely find, but black bears usually eat unguarded grizzly bear cubs.
They forage for food, so they are always looking for it. No set times when they eat.
If given a chance, black bears will eat foxes along with other small mammals. The bulk of their diet consists of vegetation. They love honey and will eat hives, insects and all, despite getting stings on their paws.
Yes, they are quite good, with flesh similar to pork.Best way is roasted steaks, wrapped in bacon strips.
About anything. They eat both vegetable and animal matter, crave sweets such as honey, apples, and will even eat ant larvae and termites. Also is a predator to a degree, killing deer fawns, rodents and birds.
sometimes bears go near rivers and wait for a fish and they eat it or they eat wild animals around them or they can even eat you
It depends on what kind of dog it is. For example, my dog is a Shitz Tzu- Bichon and eats 1/2 a cup in the morning and then another in the evening.
Grizzly bears can and will kill black bears to claim for territory, but would not necessarily eat them.
yes they do . they shake them down or eat the ones on the ground
Yes black bear eat coyotes. Well not a grown up one they eat the cubs
Yes. Black bears will kill and eat moose calves if they catch one that is unguarded. Black bears will also eat moose carcasses that wolves had killed. Sometimes a black bear may be able to kill an adult moose, though it most likely would be one that is sick, wounded or too weak to put up much of a f…ight. ( Full Answer )
Some daily activities for the black bear are hunting its prey to feed its young.
On occasion, but not all the time. Tigers prefer deer over bears most of the time.
Yes. A brown bear, especially a grizzly bear, would kill and eat a black bear.
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In some point in time , but they do not all the time. They eat salmon,berries,and acorns.
Hard to say, but no and yes because sometimes black bears are in garbage or on the street eating garbage.Yes because when they are in the woods the eat tree bark or other animals.
They eat: dead animals and small animals but from what I know they really are not carnivores, nor do I know WHAT small or dead animals they eat!! They also eat (not mammals) but they eat plants, bulbs, insects, roots, and fish.
yes, in most bears diets, they eat many types of fish including catfish, salmon, cod, etc...
I am going to try some tomorrow found a kill spot with all the organs carried liver out in my pack..will I try it; yes..Nick Homyak, Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey 07034
No. Wolverines are a lot smaller than black bears, and wouldn't have a chance of killing one. But wolverines don't mind scavenging, and might well have a nibble if they came across an already dead bear.
There are no bear species in Africa any more. The Atlas bear from North Africa is extinct, with the last one hunted to death in Morocco in 1890. Its diet was probably roots, acorns and nuts. The Atlas bear was, however, a brown bear subspecies.
Black bear cubs are born in the early spring in the hibernationden. Black bear mothers feed the cubs from her breast. They willcontinue to feed from their mother until they adapt to a diet ofall solid food. At that time they will eat foods that their motherfinds and shows them to eat, including berr…ies, most fruits,vegetation and some fish. ( Full Answer )
Happily for black bears, they do not live where polar bears do. They would be no match for a polar bear.
Black bears eat a variety of plants. These include young shoots, berries, acorns, pine cones, etc. In fact, plants make up a greater part of the bear's diet than meat does.
Anything that is can find and is palatable to humans. So if fastfood and milk shakes are available the bear will forsake insects,grubs, plants an fresh carrion. They are rarely fast enough andhealthy prey such as rabbits, deer, and raccoon slow enough to becaught.