Curator Tom was on duty and the morning was so cloudy and rainy that he couldn’t take any pictures, though he did spot the three cubs, each in their own tree.  Later, after it cleared, there were only two cubs visible.  The third (Rollo) was foraging on the ground and hidden from view by the underbrush.  We have photos of Otto and Apollo Bear on “Summitt’s branch” in that favorite tree.

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Otto and Apollo Bear on “Summitt’s branch.”

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Otto Bear sucks his paw while Apollo takes a nap.

Rollo was down below somewhere in the underbrush, foraging.  We often see the cubs together, but just as often they separate and go their own way.