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Thursday 08/22/2019 Walking with New Hampshire black bear cubs. (VIDEO)

As the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's first black bear biologist I had to deal with the occasional orphaned bear cubs . By around 1990 I had started working with wildlife rehabilitator Ben Killham. He has raised orphaned bear cubs for both New Hampshire and Vermont since then as is nationally known as "Mother Bear Man." I learned so much walking with Ben and his bear cubs.


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