The cleverness of the red fox is because of its ability to be discreet!
When pursued, the fox constantly evaluates its discretion
and makes strategic changes to avoid
giving itself away by its trail, its noise, or being sighted.
The white tailed deer has very sharp hearing!
The deer carefully evaluates the sights, sounds, and smells it receives. It is the mental processes behind the deer's senses
that make it so attentive.
All bears are dangerous, but the black bear shows more self control
than the brown bear or the grizzly bear. The black bears shows
more self control when its territory is invaded. It retrains
itself and avoids conflict whenever possible.
When winter approaches and food is scarce, the
black bear will stop searching for food and enter
his den for a long winter sleep. He can control
his hunger and sleep for up to seven months without
waking to eat.
Black bears show
with their temper. They control
their anger unlike any other bear!
If the black bear can show self control, you can too!