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Black bears inhabit the extensive forest lands of northern New York, particularly those within the Adirondack Park.
Varying stand age and lighting conditions are key factors affecting bear food abundance in the forests of the Adirondack region. Public lands within the Park, protected under the state constitution from development and timber harvesting, often support mature forests dominated by shade tolerant species such as beech.
Research conducted by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry on black bear food habits, and habitat use in the central Adirondacks has shown that raspberry abundance is 48 times higher, and pin cherry production 37 times higher, on managed private timberlands when compared with unmanaged public Park land.
The interspersion of relatively large tracts of forested managed and unmanaged land throughout the Adirondack Park provides for continued production of the wide range of food resources important to black bears during all seasons of the year. But not all is lost amid chilly temperatures and shorter days: after all, ita€™s the time of year when penguins suit up for their annual winter ball.
As if modelled after a traditional German (or allow me to interject, Austrian!) Christkindlmarkt, food and souvenir stands exhibit an uncanny similarity to those found on the Continent. Back to our foods menu: Winter Wonderland offers nothing short of roasted chestnuts (nut-lovers youa€™ll love this), mulled wine, Hungarian Langos and goulash.
Finally, Winter Wonderland offers an ice skating rink too, for those who want to work off the delicious drinks and food with some exercise. Would you like to report this comment as being abusive or containing inappropriate content? Felix will not modify comments, however we do reserve the right to remove them from our website.
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Before we visited Seoul in 2011, I was really worried over our food, as well as the amount of money we had to allocate just for it. Arriving in Incheon International Airport, we had our first meal of the day from McDonald’s, right next to the heavily-decorated fountain.
The next meal we had, after literally freezing in Gwanghwamun Plaza, was sip of coffee and some delectable honey bread from Tom N’ Toms Coffee near Cheonggyecheon. Then for our late dinner, we walked the area around Doota Mall and stumbled upon ??? Samujeong, a restaurant serving traditional Korean food. This restaurant, ??? Samujeong , is located in 6-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul 18-53 and you can get a good meal for as low as KRW 6,000.
For our second day, we ate twice at Yoogane in Myeongdong: one for lunch and the other for dinner. They say that the best way to battle the cold winter was to eat cold food in order to regulate and equalize the temperature of the surroundings and one’s body. For dinner, I persuaded Mon to eat in McDonald’s because my tummy can no longer withstand another bout of vegetables. Oh, and for extra measure, we dropped by GS 25 to buy some bananas — a piece of our home country waving at us, only that two pieces cost KRW 1000, which is already the price for about 12 pieces in the Philippines.
Just like the day before, our breakfast came from provisions of the Guesthouse and our first meal outside was from another fastfood. For our last dinner in Seoul, we decided to eat in ?? ?? ?? (Sinpo Woori Mandoo) in COEX Mall. Here in the Philippines, whenever some of our friends got to ask us about our stay in Seoul, they are usually inquisitive about our budget for food during our stay. A few weeks after that nocturnal visit, he was in his blind, long lens pointed at the nest of the quetzal, when a jaguar crossed the frame, climbing up one side of the tree and down the other.
A four-month old cougar kitten perches atop dinner in the Grand Teton National Park region of Wyoming. Despite Winter’s initial trepidation, the stage was set for what would become a career dedicated to the world’s big cats, starting ironically enough with a story about jaguars, which he pitched to the magazine himself. Winter’s camera traps are custom-made by National Geographic photo engineering wizard Kenji Yamaguchi. A tiger peers at a camera trap it triggered while hunting in the early morning in the forests of northern Sumatra, Indonesia. ALEXA: What is the advantage of using camera traps as opposed to photographing from a blind or a Jeep, as you also sometimes do? Striking a balance between the animal and the composition that makes the image into something unforgettable is an integral part of Winter’s process when using camera traps. Photographing the elusive Central Asian snow leopard in the Indian Himalaya at altitudes of 17,000 feet made for one of Winter’s most challenging shoots to date. You have to have an incredible amount of patience and, ultimately, faith that [after] all those days and weeks you spend learning where the animal goes, you are going to get your shot. Winter used his assistant as a stand-in while composing the snow leopard shoots, positioning him in places where the cat might go. ALEXA: One of the signature elements of your photographs is the lighting, which at times is reminiscent of dioramas in a natural history museum. STEVE: I use lighting to mimic the light that comes through the leaves, either during the day or night. ALEXA: Before the age of digital, you had to wait until the film from the camera traps was developed to know for sure if you got any pictures. A jaguar on the hunt in Ecuador’s Yasuni National Park trips a camera trap at a spot frequented by piglike peccaries, a favorite prey. ALEXA: What would your reaction be now to the jaguar that first visited you almost 20 years ago? STEVE: If a cat came to visit me today, I would still feel a sense of fear, but I would also think of how to photograph it—out a window or some other way of showing the cat’s sense of curiosity, wondering whether I am an intruder or a guest. To learn more about how you can make a difference and help save big cats, please visit National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative and donate to our High 5 Give 5 campaign. Steve Winter shares what motivates and inspires him to photograph the world’s predators in a video interview here. This was the third time I looked at these photographs and read the article, I love the whole thing! Don’t know much about composition and photography at all, the photos sure look brilliant though. Fall seems to officially be here, based the feverish pace of squirrels preparing for winter. If you’ve been outside enjoying the fall season, then you might have noticed squirrels digging like crazy in gardens, flowerbeds and yards. The photographer wrote, “The squirrel crept to the end of a broken branch, stopped, turned halfway away as if he changed his mind, then turned back quickly and hurtled himself a couple feet forward through the air and dropped onto the railing.
The squirrel family includes tree squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks, marmots (including woodchucks), flying squirrels, and prairie dogs.
Long ear tufts may grow bushier to help keep the ears warm in winter, but can also help to camouflage a squirrel against the tree.
This black critter is an Eastern Gray squirrel with a peanut in the snow at Prince Island Park. The oldest squirrel fossil dates back to about 40–35 million years ago and it’s similar to modern flying squirrels.
There are about 285 species of squirrels and most people enjoy watching, feeding, or photographing them. So precious and playful and full of energy, they love to socialize in the way they play around my neighborhood in Flint, Michigan. Adequate food resources are important for growth, reproduction, and building fat reserves for winter survival in their den.
Approximately 90 percent of their diet is plant material consisting of not less than 30 different plant species. Although generally solitary animals (except for females with young), several bears may congregate in a localized area of high food abundance for short periods of time.

New Yorkers are fortunate to have two contrasting forested landscapes in the Adirondack Park which together provide growing conditions necessary to support the wide variety of food resources important to black bears.
The paper and wood products from New York's forest lands are used by all of us on a daily basis. Although beechnut production was greater on unmanaged lands within the Park, managed timber stands also produced high numbers of beechnuts, and greater numbers of juneberries, elderberries, and blackberries. Together these two forest landscapes assure the continuation of the diversity of habitats necessary to support a thriving black bear population in the Adirondacks. For those of you whoa€™ve not yet been: situated in Londona€™s historic Hyde Park, ita€™s an amusement park within convenient walking distance from our college.
Whata€™s more, the rides and attractions are all sourced from (presumably) Germany and Bavarian flags dominate the wonderland scene.
All foods are expensive and Ia€™ve come to discover that hot dog prices vary from stand to stand. We will generally allow comments that are on-topic and avoid personal attacks; criticising someone's decision is allowed, criticising their weight, for example, is not. You may also be required to validate your email by clicking a link in an email we send you. However, we were surprised that we were able to survive that first time without having to tighten our belts and pinch the penny, and we were actually very liberal with the food we ate.
It was our first time to eat cold noodles and we were first shocked to feel how cold they were — charged to experience, but it was still nice tasting.
We were so hungry that we immediately ordered two bowls of bibimbap and manduguk (mandu soup), and we were served side dishes as well. Mon and I, of course, share the cost of the food because the serving was good for two people. I was also not feeling well from all the Yoogane of the previous day and when we were in the island, we only had a stick of sausage and some snowman pancakes.
But alas, we  did not know that we would be eating cold noodles again (thus the shaved ice in the photo) and we were quite disappointed.
I am normally a hardy person as I rarely get an upset stomach, but that time, I thought that introducing a familiar texture of oily potatoes and beef might make my tummy operate normally again. After visiting Simone Handbag Museum, we had our lunch in Lotteria, right before entering Lotte World. This restaurant is famous for their gogi mandu, dolsot bibimbap and their Sinpo-style sobra noodles. I did the same thing before in Gimbap, Apgujeong (middle) and Bab House, RCBC Plaza (rightmost).
Mon and I always look for the best deal, but not sacrificing the taste and the authentic Korean food served in Sinpo Woori Mandoo was easy in the pocket. After checking in the Cebu Pacific counter, we tried the fastfood’s breakfast deluxe. South Korea, being a developed country  has a high-cost of living, which may always intimidate travelers.
He was in the mountains of Guatemala in the mid-1990s photographing the brilliantly plumed quetzal, his first natural history story for National Geographic, when he was awoken one night by a black jaguar nosing around outside his cabin door.
Six stories and over a decade later, he has become a master at combining artistic vision with a version of a tool used by scientists to gather data about animals in the field—camera traps.
The only thing you see is either a blank space or the body of your assistant [who acts as a stand-in when setting up the shot].
You spend a lot of time looking at the scene, asking, How can I do this to make it look natural?
I’m glad they think that because the time they’ve spent to say “It’s fake” is longer than they would have otherwise [have] spent looking at a picture of that animal. The reason behind why you do what you do and your love and respect for the animals is very motivating and truely inspiring. What I enjoy the most about them is how the photographer applies to each a unique and perfect balance of light and dark.
When we went out and about to enjoy autumn, there was one constant other than the beautiful foliage changing colors, and that was the squirrels gathering acorns and other nuts.
Tree squirrels are the most commonly recognized, seen everywhere from rural woodlands to urban areas and city parks as they gracefully scamper around or leap from branch to branch. Squirrels are rodents and have four front teeth that never stop growing so they won’t wear down from constant gnawing.
A squirrel’s bushy tail serves many purposes, such as for balance so they can maneuver quickly through the trees without falling. A squirrel mostly eats a wide variety of plants and nuts, but some squirrels also consume meat when faced with hunger. Most squirrels are varying shades of gray, shades of brown are the next most common coloring, but both white and black squirrels are variations of gray squirrels.
Tree squirrels sleep in nests, called dreys, made of twigs and leaves with the interior lined with fur, feathers or other soft comfortable material. This fat prairie dog must have an easy life, shopping at the grocery store instead of running around preparing for winter. If a squirrel was inclined to swim, it can dog-paddle and use its tail as a rudder, but swimming is considered very strenuous for this creature.
Since squirrels don’t migrate, they change their diet depending upon what food is currently available. The photographer wrote, “And then, I saw a squirrel crawl on the branch where the Kingfisher was seated, one step at a time. Gray squirrels are very common and the majority of them do not live to see their first birthday due to unsuccessfully crossing roads.
A grey squirrel has been known to squeeze its way through the bars of a bird feeder, but then ate so many seeds and nuts that it was too fat to get out again. While we thought all of these squirrels were cute or funny, and were inspired to do this squirrel post due to the feverish pitch the squirrels are working at right now to gather food for winter, plenty of people consider squirrels a nuisance. Until the arrival of a few moose in recent years, black bears were the largest New York mammal, with some adult males weighing in excess of 600 pounds. The remainder is primarily insects, but bears also will scavenge carcasses of larger animals, and, if the opportunity arises, prey upon live white-tailed deer fawns, small woodland mammals, and beaver. Lack of adequate food resources has been shown to have a direct negative effect on female reproductive rates, age of maturity, survival of young, and growth in black bears.
Timber harvesting results in the periodic removal of trees from forest stands according to a prescribed management plan designed to perpetuate production on a sustained basis.
So for 2012’s vacation, I did my best to take note of every food we had, as well as their prices, especially for those who might be worried about surviving in Seoul and not having to eat from convenience stores every single meal.
Myeongdong Makguksu doesn’t have any contact information, though, but it can be reached by exiting Exit 6 of Myeongdong station and turning right after Zara. I can’t remember the exact price of the things we bought, but I remember paying KRW 9,000 for the coffee and the bread, so I can surmise a rough total estimate at KRW 13,000.
It was a good relief against the very cold weather and I did not mind sweating from the spicy food.
Travelling back to Seoul from Naminara, we were already hungry since it had been way past lunch time when we reached Myeongdong at 2:00 PM. We ordered the heaviest bulgogi burger, along with French fries and they tasted like heaven.
The variety of kimbaps  cost around KRW 3,500, while the rice meals cost an average of KRW 7,500.
It cost KRW 5,500 and composed of scrambled eggs, sausage patty, pancakes and toasted bread. But as we have done twice on those trips, good research and patience in searching for good spots to eat can always help.

He then radioed immediately down the mountain to the naturalist he was working with and said, “I got the shot. Everywhere we went, the squirrels were acting squirrelly, running around with nuts in their mouths, performing ninja-like gymnastics in tree branches, or digging to hide their winter stash. In the fall, the squirrels seem to understand that very soon it will be difficult, if not impossible, to gather food, so food collection advances to a nearly feverish pace.
About the only thing on their minds right now is food, storing it or ravenously stuffing their faces to build up fat so they will be warm in winter. Squirrels are born blind, but most have large eyes to help them skilfully climb trees and avoid predators. Sometimes they chew on more than trees or limbs and bite a power line which usually results in the electricity going poof with the power outage.
They’ve also been known to eat insects, eggs, small birds, young snakes and smaller rodents. An Illinois state police officer once used his radar gun to clock a gray squirrel at 20 mph as it ran across a highway. The coat color varies from light-red to black on their heads and backs, but all except the black ones have white fur on their stomachs, long tufts of ear hair, and long furry tail. Most nests have two exits and are built high in a tree between two strong branches to provide protection from ground predators, yet not too high or the nest will be destroyed by the winds. It may also be sweating since there are sweat glands on their feet, located between the foot pads and on their paws between the toes. They keep intruding squirrels from trespassing or invading their space by marking trees surrounding their territory. They are usually considered pests when they’ve chewed through something such as the house to nest in an attic or crawl space, eat the new buds off trees in early spring, dig up gardens or flower pots, or eat the fruit off trees. Such harvesting creates openings in the forest canopy which encourages growth of light-loving plant species, such as raspberry, blackberry, pin cherry, aspen, scarlet elder, and black cherry as well as a variety of shade tolerant plants and trees. Theya€™re literally everywhere, and for good reason: the authentic German Weisswurst, grilled to perfection, tastes heavenly and cana€™t be missed out on.
Also, there are no free cash machines (therea€™s no such thing as a free lunch, after all), so make sure you have cash at hand when you visit. But in McDonald’s, you can have a good breakfast in less than KRW 4,000 and that will include a cup of coffee.
I did not want to eat at Yoogane, but we were running against the clock to visit the War Memorial of Korea.
The tiny greenpea pancake was heaven to our taste, and I wished we could have ordered just two plates of that. In Myeongdong station, a newly-opened coffee shop name Flash Coffee serves reasonably-priced coffees for about KRW 4,000 a cup.
It was also served with a cup of coffee, just enough to warm our tummies before the flight back to Manila.
On our first trip, we even had a printed list of dishes written in Hangeul and its Romanized equivalent. There are about 285 species of squirrels and the antics of these furry cute critters are fun to watch and to photograph.
They bring even more food into their homes, with tree squirrels stocking up inside hollow trees and ground squirrels digging new chambers for the extra storage room if needed.
A tree squirrel does not hibernate, so it must depend upon its stored food during winter storms or severe cold when it will not leave the nest. The Olney Police Department has the image of a white squirrel on its officers’ uniform patches and these squirrels have the right of way on all streets in the town, with a $500 fine for hitting one. This ritual of chasing usually happens in the trees at top speed while performing some of the most amazing acrobatics imaginable. By the time late spring arrives, they eat ripened seeds on trees and sometimes young birds and eggs.
The roaming squirrels of Lafayette Park, located across from the White House, are well feed by thousands of Government employees and visitors that walk through the park daily. I live in Toronto, Canada, and earlier this year, my wife, Jean, and I were in Ireland where we came upon the rarely seen Red Squirrel.
Some hungry bears will seek out landfills, garbage cans, or public campsites as alternative sources of food. Well-planned timber management programs result in a variety of tree age classes ranging from young seedlings and saplings to mature trees. Wetland areas and fire succession stands found on both private and public lands within the Park were also important food producing areas used by bears periodically during the spring, summer, and fall.
By far the greatest German invention, the MA?nchener Currywurst is a one-of-a-kind sausage that experts unanimously agree to be the long reigning king of the Wurst arena.
Next to it was DeliManjoo, whose corn-shaped, custard-filled creamcakes’ smell kept on wafting towards us when we enter and exit Myeongdong station. But on our second trip, Mon was more confident with his Korean so I just remain silent and let him do the work.
If the nest becomes infested with fleas or other insects, it will move to another nest or build a new one.
During summer, squirrels eat flowers, fruits, mushrooms, insects, beetles, and caterpillars as well as corn. To us, they actually look somewhat like our Canadian Red squirrels, but boy, do they have long ears! As summer arrives, wild strawberries and juneberries, along with lush vegetation constitute the bulk of bears' diet. Many humans are intolerant of bears around their homes or camps, and the bear is usually the loser in any confrontation.
Furthermore, such practices promote the establishment and development of a diverse plant community which includes intolerant, mid-tolerant and shade tolerant woody and herbaceous plants.
A range of beers are served too and are best enjoyed at the Bavarian beer hut, where dance beats of the 80s and 90s liven up the atmosphere. We bought a pack of eight piece for about KRW 10,000 (not exactly sure how much it was, but maybe around KRW 9,500) and it was so nice to eat them with a cup of hot coffee.
Those that do survive the first year can live to be five or six in the wild, and up to 20 years of age in captivity.
But if you want to experience authentic Korean food without necessarily resorting to fastfood unless you have no other choice (e.g. Later on in summer, red raspberries (a key fruit species for bears), choke cherries, dogwood fruits and blackberries ripen. Removal of excessive numbers of nuisance bears can have a negative impact on the population.
We have far too many Grey squirrels here at our feeders, but further north, near Algonquin Park, Red squirrels are much more common. In September, American mountain-ash berries, black cherries, mountain holly fruits, and hazelnuts are sought out by bears.
We feel very lucky to have seen two Red squirrels in Ireland, and have posted some of our pictures and videos.
In mid to late fall beechnuts, and in some areas acorns, are key food resources along with wild apple, and the fruits of the viburnums, particularly arrowwood and wild raisin.

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