aNNUAL FEAST ON AMPHIBIAN EGGS
Grinder, as always, was the first bear under the divide and into the Lower side. Coola quickly followed. Once there, they both dove into the large pond and started their annual hunt for amphibian (frog and salamander) eggs. They are a delicacy to bears in the wild and to Grinder and Coola as well. They spent about 45 minutes finding every stick in the pond and pulling it up to see if there were eggs attached. If they found eggs they made short work of them and quickly slurped them up.