A reading from the book of Sarah:
Great day w/bear management wildlife biologists; much to see in wild territory incl amazing creatures w/mama bears' gutteral raw instinct to protect & provide for her young; She sees danger? She brazenly rises up on strong hind legs, growls Don't Touch My Cubs & the species survives & mama bear doesn't look 2 anyone else 2 hand her anything; biologists say she works harder than males, is provider/protector for the future. Yes it was another outstanding day in AK seeing things the rest of America should see;applicable life lessons we're blessed to see firsthand.
These are indeed valuable lessons! I am super-thrilled to hear that lady bears can care for their offspring without taking a handout from the state, unlike, say, WELFARE QUEENS. In any event, this self-reliance is extremely important for the bears, particularly since Palin's Alaska sanctions "the hunting of black bear sows and cubs in an 11,000-square-mile area northwest of Anchorage where the goal is to kill 60 percent of the black bear population." Who's looking out for you, Mama and Baby Bear? No one. Thank God you can handle it on your own.