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Wisconsin Black Bear Research Project at Treehaven (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point)

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Published on Mar 7, 2014

Tim Ginnett, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point professor of wildlife ecology, DNR officials, local educators, and UWSP College of Natural Resources students conducted gathered information about a black bear sow and her four cubs residing in a den on March 5, 2014, at Treehaven, a natural resource and environmental education and conference center located near Tomahawk, WI. The study was part of the Wisconsin black bear research project, which has been ongoing research project studying black bears in northern Wisconsin for more than two decades. Information collected from this study has helped not only wildlife educators in presenting accurate information to the public, but also has provided the Wisconsin DNR with information that could be used to help wildlife officials manage bear numbers in the state.

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