Ratified December 15, 1791 as part of the Bill of Rights.
Wears a bow tie. Does not wear a hat. Is shorter than Yogi but just as interested in picanic baskets.
The eighth largest lake in the world
William Hanna and Joseph Barbera
From 'Goldilocks' by Robert Southey and possibly earlier sources
The most famous creature ever to wear a duffel coat arrived from Deepest Darkest Peru in 1958
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda Sayre. St. Mary’s Cemetery; Rockville Maryland In 1940, St. Mary's refused to allow Fitzgerald to be buried in the Catholic cemetery because, "He had not performed his Easter duty and his writings were undesirable." Fitzgerald was buried at Rockville Union Cemetery until 1975, when the authorities at St. Mary's had a change of heart
Always looking for food, anything is fair game for a black bear. Besides their normal diet these bears will scrounge in garbage bins and even campers' food if left accessible. The most often that female black bears can mate, unless they lose their cubs prematurely, is every two years.
(BEHR-nard)(OGer) Barney; Irish, Scottish Gaelic also can be Bernard.
Joined union in 1959, quarter released in 2008
Written by Glen A. Larson and performed by Greg Evigan
South Dakota. Bear Butte is made of magma that never reached the surface to generate an eruption. The magma intruded to a shallow level and then stopped, cooled, crystallized, and solidified.
Rockies, Northwest Territory, Nunavut
The self-proclaimed eco-warrior, photographer and author of "Among Grizzlies: Living With Wild Bears in Alaska". He was killed (with girlfriend Amie Huguenard) on the Alaska Peninsula.
Popular Tales of the West Highlands, 1890
Based on the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris made into Disneys' 'Song of the South'. The dim-witted sidekick of Brer Fox
Specifically made for and sold in Australia
January 2006 Beanie Baby of the Month