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Why are there so many bears in the Wolverton Campground? A History

George Melendez Wright Conducts an Early Biological Survey Anyone who camps at Wolverton in Sequoia National Park is likely to see a large number of black bears during their stay. Although Wolverton was a Boy Scout Camp from 1939-2011, today … Continue reading

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