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    Here is a link about Black Bears and their vision.

    http://www.americanbear.org/senses.htm

    http://www.americanbear.org/blackbearfacts.htm

    They do see in color, but I think the smell of food is what will really attract them to a campsite.

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    Read article over the weekend that says to refrain from bright colored tents in bear country as it draws attention and bears are curious. I know we are in hammocks but would think the same would hold true for us. Personally I go with muted colors outside the hammock and a splash of color for the TQ. I'm sure there are many different views on this subject with only Smokey and Yogi knowing the truth...
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    Good posts all. Food for thought. Heh heh heh.

    Me & my brightly colored hammock gonna hit the trail in a couple months. Cant wait. Getting excited. Want to do the white mountains, but will probably start with the Catskills cause they're closer.

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