Yesterday, Carolyn was photographed nursing her cubs appropriately near a mature white pine with the kind of bark cubs can most safely climb. I suspect we’ll see a lot more of these cubs and learn their sexes for the record so we can give them proper names to know them by as they grow up.
This raven is a new face looking scary in the window when its feathers are a little wet and puffed up but can look sweet when talking, smooching, and grooming its mate.
Tasha looked especially energetic yesterday, throwing this log around and having fun as "Taught" caught in this 2-minute music video.
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