The bush, and particularly the bush that runs through Western Australia, has long been home to the world’s largest population of black bears.
This is not surprising, given the area has been home for hundreds of years to indigenous people who depended on the animals for food.
And when people first arrived, they found the bush to be pretty inhospitable.
Black bears are not native to Western Australia but have been introduced here by people.
That was until the early 1900s, when the Black Hills National Park was opened up.
In those days, the black bear population was in decline.
But the new park allowed people to bring in their dogs and their cars and it was only a matter of time before the bears became abundant again.
Then came the Great Northern Desert Wetlands, which were first developed as part of the Great Barrier Reef Conservation Plan in the early 1990s.
Those wetlands have since expanded into several other parts of the country, including parts of Queensland.
And now, with the introduction of the new Black Hills Reserve, they are becoming the dominant animal population in the area.
It is an incredible story, one that stretches back thousands of years, but one that we should never forget.
I think it’s been quite a long time coming.
It’s been going on for a long, long time.
So the story of how this black bear went from being an endangered species to being the dominant species in Western Australia is really a story of change and evolution.
It’s not just that we’re importing black bears from Asia into Australia, and that’s great for us, but we’re also importing them into the bush and we’re not able to control that.
And then, with so many other animals that live in the bush, it makes it so that we are in a lot of trouble because they can eat the vegetation, and they can kill trees and so on.
So that’s a really big problem for the environment and it’s also really a big problem in terms of our wildlife.
So, we really need to change our laws and the way that we manage our wildlife, because that’s really what this is all about.
So how did it all begin?
There are two types of black bear populations in Western Australian.
The black bear in the park and the black bears in the wild.
And they’ve been living together in the same areas for a very long time, and it wasn’t until the 1970s that they started to cross over into one of the parks.
The Black Hills reserve is an area of land in Western Victoria, and the reserve is in the southern part of Western Victoria.
And the area that the reserve covers, called the Black Ridge Reserve, is about 1,000 square kilometres, which is about as large as the state of Victoria.
So it’s a pretty small area.
And so, for some people, the reserve might seem a bit daunting, because it’s so big.
And it might be a bit scary for them to have this huge area, and this massive reserve.
But I think that’s the way of the bush.
And it was in the 1970’s that I realised that the black black bears weren’t the only ones that had moved into the Black Mountains Reserve.
There were also other animals like the black widow, and so it became clear that there was a large number of different species of black black bear.
And in that sense, the Black Peaks Reserve is the most important area in the reserve.
And we were looking at the whole area and I realised there were lots of animals living there, and there were a lot animals that weren’t native to the reserve that we were trying to manage.
So we thought that it was a good opportunity to introduce a new species of animal into that area.
We’re a small group of people in a small area, so there are no big organisations, no big conservation groups, so we had to sort of find an idea of what we were going to do.
So there were three things that we wanted to do: We wanted to get rid of the black hawks, the hawks that we had imported from China and from South-East Asia.
And secondly, we wanted the black owls, which we didn’t know were native to that area, because they didn’t show up in the numbers that we would have expected.
We had the black kangaroos, and then we had the white kangaroo.
And that was the first animal that we decided to reintroduce into the reserve and that was black bears, which was the second one that came into the area, white kangs.
So I thought that if we could reintroduce these animals in a controlled manner into that reserve, it would have a positive effect on the wildlife.
And if we did, it was going to be an even better idea than we would think of doing it ourselves.
So, we started by importing black hawkers and white kans.
We imported them from China, and