Cubs High, Low, and Everywhere - UPDATE August 18, 2019

Jack, V-Dot, and others were old favorites, but cubs got the most attention. Cub at base of White PineCub at base of White PineOne photo shows part of the group photographing one cub while another part of the group was photographing another. The photo of the cub at the base of a white pine shows what the first group was watching.

Group photographing cubsGroup photographing cubs Cub in MapleCub in Maple
Cub high in dead Red PineCub high in dead Red Pine Unknown mother at base of mapleUnknown mother at base of maple

The other group was focusing on a cub up in a maple after another bear passed, followed by the mother coming and calling the cub down. Another cub decided to rest in the tippy top of a dead red pine, which I hadn’t seen before. Eight of the 9 participants in this group were returnees—old home day.

Thank you for all you do.
Lynn Rogers, Biologist, Wildlife Research Institute and North American Bear Center

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