In this episode of Tennessee Outdoor Journal, we will learn about a place that specializes in the rescue of orphaned bear cubs and get an update on how these creatures are doing in our state. We will join the streams crew as they electro fish and take inventory of the diverse aquatic species that inhabit a pristine Middle Tennessee stream. Barry Cross will do his best to keep up with our biologist searching the rock crevices of Bear Hollow Mountain for the elusive green salamander. We will learn about the National Archery in the Schools Program and how it’s quickly becoming a Tennessee school competitive tradition. Then check the progress of our agency's restoration efforts of the prehistoric lake sturgeon to Tennessee waters. Also, who would’ve ever thought that burning a field could be good for bees and butterflies. All this right here on Tennessee Outdoor Journal.