A Department of Fish and Game warden found this five-month-old female bear cub in a tree near Highway 101 and Tassajara Creek Road on Saturday. The cub’s mother was likely killed by a car, although the carcass of an adult bear has not been found, said Bob Stafford, a Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist.
A Department of Fish and Game warden found this five-month-old female bear cub in a tree near Highway 101 and Tassajara Creek Road on Saturday. The cub’s mother was likely killed by a car, although the carcass of an adult bear has not been found, said Bob Stafford, a Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist. Courtesy photo
A Department of Fish and Game warden found this five-month-old female bear cub in a tree near Highway 101 and Tassajara Creek Road on Saturday. The cub’s mother was likely killed by a car, although the carcass of an adult bear has not been found, said Bob Stafford, a Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist. Courtesy photo