As Tasha excavates away, a person wonders what kind of den she is trying to make. At this point, it’s looking like a nice deep bed spot to fill with leaves for more insulation than in the past. Sharon placed a big pile of leaves outside the den for Tasha to use when she is ready. Here "Taught" caught Tasha in a 3-minute daytime video and a 5-minute view of her at night. Nice to see!
Tasha continues to work on the rock den - 10/12/21
Tasha, night shift at the rock den - 10/12/21
At the WRI, the red maple tree that was just beginning to drop leaves when this picture was taken on October 10 now is down to five leaves.
Thank you for all you do.
Lynn Rogers, Biologist, Wildlife Research Institute and North American Bear Center
Wildlife Research Institute
145 West Conan Street
Ely, Minnesota 55731 USA