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As snow melts and yards begin to grow, soil cores may appear on the ground. These worm like cores are made by pocket gophers. You may see these cores in your backyard or in mountain meadows. The later is a good places to look for bears as the gopher is a favorite food of the bear. To learn more about pocket gophers click here.

Grizzly eating pocket gopher
Spring Diet #4646

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