Black Bear Thicket
A well inhabited area by Black bears, and even a few Grizzlies, especially spring through autumn, for the thicket is a smorgasbord for them, and other herbivorous creatures. Acres of lush grass, berries, sedges, sweet-vetch roots, sunk cabbage, and other starch rich plants attract the bears for miles to this valley thicket to support their omnivorous diet. Their diet also consists of carrion, baby elk, deer, moose, and caribou, and fish if they're near a river with spawning fish. But, don't think they wouldn't try to make a young horse, or a foal a meal if you stumble into the thicket to try to eat with them on this rich food sourced area, they're a bit greedy. Keep your wits about you when you enter. The thicket is covered in a thick fog most mornings, and is hard to tell where the predators are.