The cinnamon bear of the Sierras, like his blood brother, the New England black bear, is a good-natured fellow.
The habitat of the brown, and cinnamon bear is the mountains and their foothills.
I have spoken of their extreme fear of the great brown or cinnamon bear, which they seldom attack.
The cinnamon bear is a lazy brown brute, about one-half the size of the grizzly.
The first critter we scared up was a cinnamon bear, and that dog hadn't any more sense than to go straight for him.
The black, brown and cinnamon bear are natives of Washington, and their numbers are in the order given.
This was a big, red, cinnamon bear asleep under a pine tree on an open slope.
Benny was never too cross to listen to the wonderful stories his sister Violet could tell about cinnamon bear.
Deer drink at the shallows, and it is not so long ago that cinnamon bear and grizzlies tracked the wet clay of its borders.
Violet had all she could do to keep him amused, even with cinnamon bear and his five brothers.