Here are some trailcam pictures taken in the Fairbanks, Alaska area. (Date unknown) The 55 gal drum in the picture is 3' tall.
Being so far from the coast makes this a very big grizzly. Wow.
PS: How do I post more than one picture?
1.) Welcome to the forum Bronc - it's a work in progress - thank you for your interest.
2.) To answer your question about posting, I am not sure. I have never posted images where a member needs to log in let alone multi-post that way. I am sure there is a way & I am checking out the proboards support forum for answers. I hope to have an answer soon. What I normally do is upload images to photobucket.com or imageshack.com and forum post them using: [img]URL LINK[/img].
3.) That's a great photo (thanks for sharing). That brownie is HUGE!
Photobucket may strip the image. I've seen them do it a lot.
Here is another photo from that series...
Bronc, that has happened to me. I often struggle trying to figure out how to best balance photo transmission be it private or unpublished research images against material security. In this forum. there is no commercial motive as I am always linking and promoting the source materials be it research, blog/blogger, web site, business, photographer, wildlife agency, etc. This position will be spelled out at a later date but to anyone reading for example park persons or naturalists (whoever) I am more than happy to promote your material as it relates to bears. IMO, the broader the exposure the better be it commercial (e.g., book/article) or conservation or blog (a lot of great blogs out there). Anyhow, back to photo security measures, one option is watermarks or secure web hosting (e.g., blog).
To follow up on your earlier post, I found the following:
All forums come with the ability to have attachments within posts. The limitations are that the files can't be more than 1MB in file size, and each forum has a 2GB total limit for attachments. If you don't see the attachments part of the posting page on the forum you are part of (like you will find here), it's possible that the forum owner has the attachments disabled
At this time posts are only allowed one attachment per post, limited to 1MB in size individually, with a total storage size of 2GB for all attachments for the forum. Unfortunately these limits aren't likely to change before our upcoming v5 release of the software (release date is still to be determined).
Individuals can delete the attachment by deleting their post that the attachment is in