– 4X4 Ceramic Printed Coaster of Big Cypress National Preserve, Artwork of Black Bear & Hardwood Hammocks
– Printed on highly absorbent ceramic, fade resistant
– Cork-backed to protect surfaces
The Florida black bear is also listed as a threatened species, and it too has similar reasons for its listing. Expanding urbanization, agricultural development, and increasing use of the state’s wild lands for recreation all have resulted in an accelerating rate of habitat loss.
The Florida black bear is also having problems with habitat fragmentation that will continue to isolate the bears from other populations. If areas are not continued to be protected and more wildlife underpasses are not built to help reconnect pathways to move to other areas in Florida we will further isolate both species.
The Florida black bear is an omnivore and will eat nuts, berries, as well as insects, insect larvae and small mammals such as the armadillo. Both the Florida panther and the Florida black bear are umbrella species. By protecting them and their natural habitats, it also helps many other species to be successful.