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Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) in a scree, Leon, SpainPyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) in a scree, Leon, SpainPyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) in a scree, Leon, Spain© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) in a scree, Leon,

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Footprints of Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) on the bank, Palencia, SpainFootprints of Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) on the bank, Palencia, SpainFootprints of Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) on the bank, Palencia, Spain© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Footprints of Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) on the bank, Palencia, SpainFootprints of Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) on the bank, Palencia, SpainFootprints of Pyrenean brown bear (Ursus arctos pyrenaicus) on the bank, Palencia, Spain© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Brown Bear on cliff - Asturias Spain Brown Bear on cliff - Asturias Spain Brown Bear on cliff - Asturias Spain © Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Brown Bear on cliff - Asturias Spain Brown Bear on cliff - Asturias Spain Brown Bear on cliff - Asturias Spain © Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Pyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NP© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Pyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NP© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Pyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NP© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Pyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NP© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Pyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NP

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Pyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NPPyrenean brown bear at Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias NP© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Female brown bear nursing her cubs SpainFemale brown bear nursing her cubs SpainFemale brown bear nursing her cubs Spain© Francisco Marquez / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Technicians monitoring Bear's movements with radiotelemetry ; Technicians in charge of the Bear reintroduction program in Pyrenees. <br>All the animals were equiped with a vhf transmitter at the time of their reintroduction.Technicians monitoring Bear's movements with radiotelemetryTechnicians monitoring Bear's movements with radiotelemetry ; Technicians in charge of the Bear reintroduction program in Pyrenees.
All the animals were equiped with a vhf transmitter at the time of their reintroduction.
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Technicians monitoring Bear's movements with radiotelemetry ;

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Guards inspecting a dead calf to confirm the cause of death ; National wildlife guard : Etienne Dubarry<br>To confirm the cause of death by bear attack.Guards inspecting a dead calf to confirm the cause of deathGuards inspecting a dead calf to confirm the cause of death ; National wildlife guard : Etienne Dubarry
To confirm the cause of death by bear attack.
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Guard looking out unguarded sheep pastures in Bears area ; National wildlife guard : Etienne Dubarry<br>Keeps a lookout for a bear supposedly seen near open pastures where sheep graze unguarded.Guard looking out unguarded sheep pastures in Bears areaGuard looking out unguarded sheep pastures in Bears area ; National wildlife guard : Etienne Dubarry
Keeps a lookout for a bear supposedly seen near open pastures where sheep graze unguarded.
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Wildlife guard inpecting a meat bait set up for Bears France ; National wildlife guard : Etienne Dubarry<br>Confirmation of the presence of bears in a specific area where sightings have been reported.Wildlife guard inpecting a meat bait set up for Bears FranceWildlife guard inpecting a meat bait set up for Bears France ; National wildlife guard : Etienne Dubarry
Confirmation of the presence of bears in a specific area where sightings have been reported.
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Wildlife guard inpecting a meat bait set up for Bears France ;

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Panel prevention of pollution in an area of blueberries ; Post warning walkers not to pick mushrooms, after lindane (powerfull insecticide) was found on sheep carcasses in an attempt to poison bears roaming in the areaPanel prevention of pollution in an area of blueberriesPanel prevention of pollution in an area of blueberries ; Post warning walkers not to pick mushrooms, after lindane (powerfull insecticide) was found on sheep carcasses in an attempt to poison bears roaming in the area© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Pyrenean Bear hunters in 1920 France ; Support : old postcard.Pyrenean Bear hunters in 1920 FrancePyrenean Bear hunters in 1920 France ; Support : old postcard.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Pyrenean Bear leader showing a bear in 1910 France ; Support : old postcard.Pyrenean Bear leader showing a bear in 1910 FrancePyrenean Bear leader showing a bear in 1910 France ; Support : old postcard.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Domain of the bear Pyros in Pyrenees mass France ; Nicknamed the Bear Valley. <br>Where Pyros, a 20 year old male bear captured in slovenia, settled after being reintroduced in 1997.Domain of the bear Pyros in Pyrenees mass FranceDomain of the bear Pyros in Pyrenees mass France ; Nicknamed the Bear Valley.
Where Pyros, a 20 year old male bear captured in slovenia, settled after being reintroduced in 1997.
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Domain of the bear Pyros in Pyrenees mass France ; Nicknamed the

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Domain of the bear Boutxy Pyrenees France ; Age : 13 year old<br>Offspring of reintroduced bear female MelbaDomain of the bear Boutxy Pyrenees FranceDomain of the bear Boutxy Pyrenees France ; Age : 13 year old
Offspring of reintroduced bear female Melba
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Domain of the bear Boutxy Pyrenees France ; Age : 13 year

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Valley and pens to protect flocks Pyrenees France ; Area where reintroduced female Bear Melba was shot by a hunter in september 1997, leaving two bear cubs born during the preceding winterValley and pens to protect flocks Pyrenees FranceValley and pens to protect flocks Pyrenees France ; Area where reintroduced female Bear Melba was shot by a hunter in september 1997, leaving two bear cubs born during the preceding winter© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Valley and pens to protect flocks Pyrenees France ; Area where

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Monument to commemorate the first reintroduction of Bear ; Stone wall decorated with steel cut-outs marks the spot where the first slovenian bear (Mellba) was reintroduced in 1996Monument to commemorate the first reintroduction of BearMonument to commemorate the first reintroduction of Bear ; Stone wall decorated with steel cut-outs marks the spot where the first slovenian bear (Mellba) was reintroduced in 1996© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Monument to commemorate the first reintroduction of Bear ; Stone

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Antibear stencil overwritten by bear opponents on the tarmac ; Pro-bear stencil overwritten with red (blood) ink by bear opponents. <br>Site where 2 bears were reintroduced in 2005.Antibear stencil overwritten by bear opponents on the tarmacAntibear stencil overwritten by bear opponents on the tarmac ; Pro-bear stencil overwritten with red (blood) ink by bear opponents.
Site where 2 bears were reintroduced in 2005.
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Pro & anti bear graffitis on the RN125 road Pyrénées FrancePro & anti bear graffitis on the RN125 road Pyrénées FrancePro & anti bear graffitis on the RN125 road Pyrénées France© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Pro & anti bear graffitis on the RN125 road Pyrénées France

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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; March 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (15 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ;

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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ;

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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ;

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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs). <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernationPyrenean Bear female Hvala and bear cubs after hibernation ; February 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen (14 months old in these photographs).

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala emerging from hibernation France ; February 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen. <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala emerging from hibernation FrancePyrenean Bear female Hvala emerging from hibernation France ; February 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen.

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala emerging from hibernation France ;

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Pyrenean Bear female Hvala emerging from hibernation France ; February 2008<br>Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season. <br><br>Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.<br>She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen. <br><br>These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.Pyrenean Bear female Hvala emerging from hibernation FrancePyrenean Bear female Hvala emerging from hibernation France ; February 2008
Exceptionally warm winter conditions and absence of snow cover in the Pyrenees have provided the bears with the opportunity to regain activity earlier in the season.

Female Bear Hvala was captured in Slovenia to be reintroduced in the french Pyrenees in may 2006 as part of a governamental wildlife reinforcement program.
She gave birth to two female cubs in 2007, Bambou and Pollen.

These photographs were made possible with the help of the technical staff in charge of the reintroduction program.
© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / E.T.O. - O.N.C.F.S. / BiosphotoJPG - RMOrganization's name mandatory
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Panel of awareness of the Bear Country Pyrenées France ; At the site of reintroduction of Melles.Panel of awareness of the Bear Country Pyrenées FrancePanel of awareness of the Bear Country Pyrenées France ; At the site of reintroduction of Melles.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Patou protecting a ewes herd Pyrenées FrancePatou protecting a ewes herd Pyrenées FrancePatou protecting a ewes herd Pyrenées France© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Discovery of branches of birch bitten by a bear France ; Localization: near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; june 2001.Discovery of branches of birch bitten by a bear FranceDiscovery of branches of birch bitten by a bear France ; Localization: near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; june 2001.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Discovery of hives destroyed by the bear Boutxy France ; Localization: near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; june 2000.Discovery of hives destroyed by the bear Boutxy FranceDiscovery of hives destroyed by the bear Boutxy France ; Localization: near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; june 2000.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Monitoring of night by tracking radio of the bears France ; Localization: Plate of beille, near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; july 2000.Monitoring of night by tracking radio of the bears FranceMonitoring of night by tracking radio of the bears France ; Localization: Plate of beille, near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; july 2000.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Monitoring of night by tracking radio of the bears France ; Localization: Plate of beille, near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; july 2000.Monitoring of night by tracking radio of the bears FranceMonitoring of night by tracking radio of the bears France ; Localization: Plate of beille, near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; july 2000.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Breeder discovering his calf killed by the bear Boutxy ; Localization: Plate of beille, near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; june 2000. The four year old bear evicerated the calf ate the liver and heart leaving the carcass with the intention of finishing his dinner the next night.Breeder discovering his calf killed by the bear BoutxyBreeder discovering his calf killed by the bear Boutxy ; Localization: Plate of beille, near Ax les thermes, in haute Ariège; june 2000. The four year old bear evicerated the calf ate the liver and heart leaving the carcass with the intention of finishing his dinner the next night.© Jean-Frédéric Ittel / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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