The garbage created at trespass marijuana grows present an irresistible buffet for many of the forest's wildlife. Ringtail, stellar's jays, Pacific fisher, chipmunks and in this case, a black bear, have come to rummage through this sea of trash at a camp in Shasta-Trinity National Forest. Many of the bags seen in this photo, especially the large white and turquoise colored ones contain fertilizer. There are also bottles of Miracle Gro and buckets of rat poison mixed in with food, clothing and even a bowie knife. One solace was knowing that just days after this photo was taken, reclamation teams were scheduled to clean up the site. But it was not to be. The day before the cleanup soil samples came back blazing hot for toxins, and the site was ruled too unsafe to undertake a cleanup as scheduled. They will have to restrategize and return at a later date.