Gatlinburg Black Bear Pictures 2

American Black Bear courtest of the Great Smoky Mountain AssociationWe love living in the Smokies, and part of that experience is the American Black Bear.  The Great Smoky Mountains have the the largest American Black Bear population east of the Mississippi River.  And for years, families have tried to snap that perfect bear picture while on vacation to Gatlinburg.

Response the the last post of bear pics was overwhelming.  So,  we wanted to  take this opportunity to share our most recent entries into our Black Bear Photo Contest.  Special Thanks to Jeff & Katrina Crutchett of Aurora, IL for these pictures!

Bear Pic by Jeff & Katrina Crutchett of Aurora, IL

Bear Pic by Jeff & Katrina Crutchett of Aurora, IL

Bear Pic by Jeff & Katrina Crutchett of Aurora, IL

PLEASE REMEMBER — Willfully approaching within 50 yards (150 feet), or any distance that disturbs or displaces a bear, is illegal in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Violation of this federal regulation can result in fines and arrest. Use binoculars, telephoto lens, or a spotting scope to view the animals.

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This blog is sponsored in part by ERA In The Smokies Realty and Rentals located at 207 Parkway in Gatlinburg, TN.  For more information on a Gatlinburg Cabin for your Smoky Mountain Vacation or all the reasons to move to the Smokies, call 1-800-309-0277.  ERA In The Smokies is a leader in chalet and Log Cabin Rentals and Real Estate Sales in the Gatlinburg area.

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