The 蟄 clearly come to be seen the sign of the bear's awakening in the view of the house.
It was clearly different from sleeping in January to February when sleep was "deep", and many "shallow" sleeping breaths came to be observed, and many bears got up and were playing with straw and licking ice.
By mid-March, the straw in the bed was out of shape or thinly crushed.
Moreover, the movement of internal organs may have become active because the individual who urinates and the individual who farts have come out, too.
Some bears come to the door and smell this smell, as if they are waiting for their support.
(From January to February, I slept without worrying at all even if I made some noise to add ice!) The reaction to humans also comes out clearly.)
Young bears, especially older, feel like they tend to wake up faster than other individuals.
Santa and Canta have already messed up the straw in the bed and don't seem to be willing to sleep.
On March 14, 2010, the 84th day of the fasting day (the day when food was completely stopped) on December 21, 2009, Singo was fed for the first time.
The next day we also fed Santa and Canta.
The first food to give is a very small amount so as not to burden the internal organs of bears who did not eat anything during the winter.
400 g of bear pellets are softly sprinkled with hot water.
Every bear ate it in no time, but strangely it doesn't make a fuss for more.
Wild bears also eat snow first after winter, and then move to a place where the thaw is early and eat the sprouted wildflowers little by little, so bear mountain bears may be able to do their bodies in a small amount at first.
From now on, other bears will gradually wake up.
I will do my best to disseminate information, so please pay attention to the bears that have finally started to move in spring!