Well, for hunting anyway. According to this weeks Oregon Department of Wildlife dispatch, if you want to hunt black bear: "A strategy for hunting them in the early morning and late evening hours is watching clear-cuts and natural openings."
If you are not an early-rising bear hunter sort of person, ODFW suggests, "long and persistent calling."
In case you didn't know, the way one "calls" a predator is by using, of course, a "predator call." For only $9.99 plus shipping and handling, you too can call a bear to you by playing a tape of a cub in distress."
And as long as you're hanging out in clearcuts, black tailed deer can also apparently be found in logged areas, says the ODFW. You're best bet is "to scout along older, brushed-in clearcut edges near bigger timber," they say. This of course assumes the BLM has left some bigger timber in the area.
And if you're just out for a hike, remember to wear orange, hunting accidents suck.