A local wildlife park has offered up a Bob the Bear crossing at the end of a scenic hike to help visitors get back to their homes.
Bob the Big Cat is a favourite of locals in the area and is often seen wandering along the trail alongside the trail of the local residents.
But it was not until a recent visit to the area that Bob was finally spotted by locals.
The bear was crossing a large grassy area, but was spotted only in front of the house of the owner of the park.
Local wildlife park owner and Bob the Black Bear walker Tom Stadler decided to give the animal a little rest, and decided to let the animal cross the road to the park for a bit.
He said: “Bob’s a very good guy.
He is a really friendly and friendly animal.
He doesn’t want to get too close and is not going to get very far. “
He is just very gentle and enjoys having a walk.
Tom Stads owner Tom Stadiels wife is a veterinarian and animal control officer in the town of Fitchburg in northern NSW. “
But we just thought that we could give him a little bit of time to recover before we start him up again.”
Tom Stads owner Tom Stadiels wife is a veterinarian and animal control officer in the town of Fitchburg in northern NSW.
Tom said that it is unusual for a local to be seen crossing a path at night, but it is not unheard of.
“I have seen Bob the big cat crossing the road at night but I have never seen him cross the path at all.
I guess that’s how the animal sees it,” he said.
The animal had been spotted on the road for at least four days before the sighting. “
So we have been doing a little training on the dogs to be able to spot him, but he just likes the peaceful moments and he likes being around people and enjoying the peace and quiet.”
The animal had been spotted on the road for at least four days before the sighting.
Tom Stadicels son Tom Stasiels wife Tom said the family had been enjoying the walk and had not noticed the animal on the path.
“We just took him up to the house for a quick walk and he didn’t seem to notice it at all,” he explained.
“It is something that he is used to and he is quite familiar with the area.”
Tom said he had no idea what type of bear was trying to cross the track.
“All I know is that it was the owner’s dog, it’s a greyhound, so it doesn’t appear to be an unusual animal,” he added.
Tom and his wife are working with the owner to try and get Bob back on the track and he was even offered a place to stay with his family.
Tom was impressed with the dog’s response.
“Bob is just enjoying it, just enjoying the trip,” he commented.
That’s pretty amazing and I think it’s very positive.”