Black Bear - Black Bear Skin Rugs

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Black Bear - Black Bear Skin Rugs


Size: Black Bear Rug -4-5 feet

$1,900 CA Dollars

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Size: Black Bear Rug - 5-6 feet

$2,500 CA Dollars

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Size: Black Bear Rug - 6 feet +

$2,900 CA Dollars

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All rugs come with double felt trim with a durable backing. Black Bears are abundant in Population throughout Canada. However, Black Bears are still regulated strictly under Appendix II of CITES.


FurCanada is proud to offer the finest in wild fur that Canadian fur trappers produce. Our soft to touch and walk on luxurious taxidermy Black Bear Rug are designed, meticulously hand crafted, and sewn by our Master taxidermist located at our British Columbia facilities. We hand pick each fur skin used for preparation and send to Canadian and American fur tanneries that meet international environmental standards for production and processing. Upon returning from the tannery, we grade, size, colour match, block, cut and sew each piece together to produce a world class taxidermy Black Bear Rug. We can custom manufacture any size to fit any room or hallway. Imagine the elegance and warmth a wildlife taxidermy rug will add to a bedroom or living-room whether its for home, cabin or hotel décor. Nothing compares to the soft, warm feeling of real natural fur. Our taxidermy Black Bear Rugs are backed with an imported heavy woven cotton material. We are proud of our value added Canadian Furs and stand behind our product with a 100% return guarantee policy.  

FurCanada fur rug proudly display the Origin Assured Label. The OA label provides assurance that the fur in your rug comes from a country where national or local regulations of standards governing fur production are in force. Developed by the International Fur Trade Federation (IFTF), the OA label confirms our commitment to openness and honesty with consumers about responsible industry practices.

FurCanada is a Registered Trademark. Fur products proudly displaying this label are assured that this item is manufactured in Canada by the companies' Master Furriers in accordance with Canadian Labour Standards, Canadian Environmental Processing and Tanning Standards, and Canadian law governing the use of fur in its products. Canada is a signator  and adheres to the International Agreement on Humane Trapping Standards ( IAHTS ).

This logo is fully protected under International laws regarding copyright and intellectual property rights.  No production or re-production of designs or patterns will be allowed without the written consent of FurCanada.  All items carrying a FurCanada label are fully traceable. That means FurCanada can prove source of fur origin (ie: fur trapper or fur farm) to the consumer including every movement the skin made during the production process with proof of export/import government documentation. 

American Black Bears (Ursus americanus) are abundant in Canada.

Provincial, territorial, federal and international laws provide strict trade regulations to protect against unlawful trade in black bears, both within Canada and internationally. Canada has effectively managed black bears under the sustainable resource management approach advocated by all international conservation agencies and conventions, including the IUCN (World Conservation Union). Canada fully supports conservation controls on international trade, such as those required under CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). An Appendix II listing under CITES means that Canadian imports and exports of live bears and/or their parts, products and derivatives require a CITES export permit from the exporting country. More than 160 countries, including Canada, are Parties to CITES. Black bear hides are legally exported under a CITES export permit, which can only be issued by provincial/territorial or federal CITES authorities.

In Canada, about 500,000 inhabit forested areas and have adapted to thrive in landscapes with some level of human activity. The black bear has been designated by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) in the “Not at Risk” category. All populations across the country are stable, or increasing.

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