16 Wild Animals You May Encounter on the San Bernadino Mountains




Blue Jay’s





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Mountain Lions




Coy Fish



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5 thoughts on “16 Wild Animals You May Encounter on the San Bernadino Mountains

  1. Henry Chamberlain – I am both a fan and creator of comics. I believe people have come to know me as a thoughtful guy. I hope you enjoy the views expressed here at Comics Grinder.
    Henry Chamberlain says:

    Mountain lions?! I had no idea. Do the wild fires usually reach these animals? I don’t think I ever hear about wild animals being hurt by the fires although I imagine many do get hurt.

  2. Dilip – An open mind! Love to share my thoughts and a keenness to learn. An engineer and a MBA I had a wonderful innings in the Army and later moved to consultancy and teaching. My current interests are music and growing culinary herbs. Love to play golf and do yoga regularly. I am serious on "Living life less seriously". A warm welcome to you be well and be cheerful always.
    Dilip says:

    So beautiful and brilliant photography. Thanks

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    cindy knoke says:

    Wow! I never encountered a mountain lion quite like that in the SB Mountains! Maybe it escaped from Tippi Hedron’s preserve….