Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Black-Bear-in-Boreal-Forest-of-Alaska-27MZIFI2WSA9.htmlConceptually similarBlack Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L3UCompleted★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L3WCompleted★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L3XCompleted★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L3YCompleted★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L3ZCompleted★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L40Completed★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L41Completed★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L42Completed★★★★Black Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaGP02L43Completed★★★★View AllGP02L3VBlack Bear in Boreal Forest of AlaskaA black bear (Ursus americanus) looking for food in southeast Alaska.These omnivores have better eyesight and hearing than humans. They are known to mark trees with their teeth and claws as a form of communication with other bears.Locations:Alaska-United States of AmericaDate:19 Aug, 2006Credit:© Bob TaylorMaximum size:2496px X 1664pxRestrictions:Okay for Greenpeace Campaign and Communication Use, No Sales. No Third Part Licensing from Greenpeace. Refer to Bob Taylor of Taylor Guitars.Keywords:Bears-Black bears-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Rivers-TreesShoot:Musicwood Tour SE Alaska 2006Guitar maker Bob Taylor documented the 2006 Greenpeace sponsored Music Wood Tour of Southeast Alaska. Representatives of Greenpeace, Martin, Gibson, Taylor and other instrument manufacturers looked at the pristine areas of natural forest as well as clear cut forest practices to gain insight and understanding of the impacts of wood used in the music industry. This coalition sought to influence forest management practices on the ground in the Tongass National Forest of southeast Alaska.