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1950: El oficial Ray Bell con el oso Smokey (mascota del programa de prevención de incendios) Smokey fue llamado originalmente Hot Food Teddy y fue cuidado por Bell después de haber sido rescatado de un incendio en el Parque Nacional Lincoln

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State Game and Fish warden Ray Bell helped care for this bear cub rescued from a fire in the Lincoln National Forest in The bear was named Hot Foot Teddy, but was later renamed Smokey Bear and sent to the National Zoo in Washington D.

Spike Horn Meyers, "The Bear Man" of Harrison, MI, in the 1930's-40's. I remember my mom talking about seeing him and his bears when she was a kid.

Spike Horn Meyers, "The Bear Man" of Harrison, Michigan, in the I remember my mom talking about seeing him and his bears when she was a girl.

Resultat d'imatges de smokey bear

Smokey Bear also known as Smokey the bear is a mascot of the 'United States Forest Service' created to educate the people about the dangers of forest fire.

FWC Officer in a Baker County rescue after Tropical Storm Debby separated a family from their dogs.

FWC Officer Baker County rescue after Tropical Storm Debby separated a family from their dogs.

Silverton, Colorado - Smokey Bear - Only You - Oil Painting - Lantern Press Artwork Poly Fleece Thick Plush Blanket), Multi

FWC Law Enforcement training exercise, tracking with Special Operations Group, helicopter and K9. FWC K-9s are certified in wildlife detection and tracking. They are often used to help find criminals that have fled to the woods or outdoor users that have been reported missing. photo: Tim Donovan/FWC   Learn more http://myfwc.com/about/inside-fwc/le/

FWC Law Enforcement training exercise, tracking with Special Operations Group, helicopter and K9. FWC K-9s are certified in wildlife detection and tracking. They are often used to help find criminals that have fled to the woods or outdoor users that have been reported missing. photo: Tim Donovan/FWC Learn more http://myfwc.com/about/inside-fwc/le/

Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for “Winnie the Pooh”, seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourne, (1914)

historicaltimes: Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for “Winnie the Pooh”, is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn when she was the unofficial mascot of a Canadian cavalry regiment in 1914 - Read More Photography Digest

Smokey Bear - Rudy Wendelin - 1994 - "Trees Are Wonderful Friends"

These are Wonderful Friends: Smokey Bear Art by Rudolph Wendelin: Available as Wood Photo Boards and Metal Prints.

vintage Smokey poster

Everyone’s favorite ursine fire prevention advocate, Smokey Bear, made his debut appearance in this Forest Service poster on August “ SMOKEY SAYS - CARE WILL.

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