24 Photos - Mar 11, 2014
Photo: Photo: Tim Ginnett, professor of wildlife ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens PointPhoto: UWSP College of Natural Resources studentsPhoto: Wisconsin black bear research project teamPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife ecologyPhoto: Wisconsin black bear research project teamPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife, determines the sex of a black bear cubPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife, determines the sex of a black bear cubPhoto: UWSP College of Natural Resources studentsPhoto: UWSP College of Natural Resources student keeps a black bear cub warmPhoto: UWSP College of Natural Resources studentsPhoto: UWSP College of Natural Resources student keeps a black bear cub warmPhoto: UWSP College of Natural Resources student keeps a black bear cub warmPhoto: Black bear cubPhoto: UWSP College of Natural Resources student keeps a black bear cub warmPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife ecology, prepares to place a radio collar on a black bearPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife ecology, places a radio collar on a black bearPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife, has a UWSP student assist in placing a radio collar on a black bearPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife, has a UWSP student assist in placing a radio collar on a black bearPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife, places a radio collar on a black bearPhoto: Two UWSP College of Natural Resources students weigh a black bear cubPhoto: Tim Ginnett, UWSP professor of wildlife, sits next to a black bear den at Treehaven UWSP (www.uwsp.edu/treehaven)Photo: Photo: