User talk:Scooter2536

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September 2007[edit]

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List of fatal bear attacks in North America[edit]

Am I missing something here, or does this ref being used clearly state that it was a black bear that killed Munson? [1] Thank You --Omarcheeseboro (talk) 01:27, 12 August 2009 (UTC)

Again. This link [2]. Look at the bottom. It says "Aug. 7, 2009: Donna Munson, 74, is found dead in her yard near Ouray. Wildlife officers said she was killed and partly eaten by at least one black bear. "
Along with "Officials, however, aren't sure whether the bear that killed Munson was the 394-pound male bruin shot by a sheriff's deputy who found the animal eating the woman's body on her property on Friday. " --Omarcheeseboro (talk) 01:56, 12 August 2009 (UTC)
In addition, I believe you're putting too much in the term "bruin". For example, look at the article for Bruin here. It says it can be used for any bear. Furthermore, I believe that grizzly bears in Colorado are if anything, very rare. This isn't a definitive source by any means, but look at what it says about Grizzlies in Colorado being extinct since the 70s. [3] Thank You. --Omarcheeseboro (talk) 02:08, 12 August 2009 (UTC)
I don't see it as inconsistent. The Denver Post says Black. I think it's pretty safe to take "bruin" as not meaning black or brown. I will change it to Black. Thank You. --Omarcheeseboro (talk) 02:49, 12 August 2009 (UTC)