A North Carolina wildlife official came to the rescue of a bear cub found stranded in a tree. Advocacy group Help Asheville Bears said in a Facebook post that the group was alerted to a bear cub in distress Wednesday afternoon. Personnel arrived at the scene and confirmed that the bear’s paw was wedged between the trunk of the tree and a branch. The group said one of the bear’s siblings was also at the scene and appeared to be trying to help free the stuck paw.
… Wildlife Conservation Technician Ryan Luckadoo responded to the scene. Luckadoo climbed the tree and was able to pull the bear’s paw free. There was no damage to the paw. WATCH!