Bear rehabilitator raising more cubs as conflicts with humans continue

Andy paces atop a log perched 15 feet in the air; the black bear cub is raising a fuss. He lets out a low moan and swats his small paws at the wood, in a false charge. Sawdust rains down on bear biologist Ben Kilham, who stands calmly below in the 24-by-40 foot enclosure.


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