A tree is a natural place for a young bear cub to be, and the four ABR cubs are spending quite a bit of time in the trees in the Wild Enclosure.  Curator Coy was able to capture some images of the cubs in trees.  With their sharp claws they climb up and down with ease.

Cub starts up

A cub starts up the tree.

Cub climbs up

Bears are excellent tree-climbers.

Two cubs on tree.


Two cubs on a tree.

Cub starts to climb down

Time to climb down.

two cubs down

Two cubs are down.

After climbing, it’s time to explore the area.

Cub goes into grass.

Off into the tall grass.