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The mountains surrounding Baker Lake in the Washington Cascades are steep and heavily forested with large stands of old growth timber. During huckleberry season a backcountry hiker is likely to see numbers of black bears. While backpacking for a couple days in this area, we counted a dozen large bears, gorging on plump berries.
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