3 Bear Cubs Rescued in Southern Arizona

Black bear by Eric Kilby, via Flickr
Black bear. | Eric Kilby (via Flickr)

Three black bear cubs have been taken to a conservation center in Scottsdale after their mother was hit and killed by a car in Southern Arizona last week.

The Associated Press reported that the cubs were discovered after an early-morning car crash on State Route 77 in Dudleyville, north of Tucson.

The mother bear was in the road when she was hit, and troopers found the cubs when they arrived at the scene.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department took the cubs to the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale, and officials are hoping they can eventually be released back into the wild.

Comments

how do you hit a bear unless on purpose. A black bear would be seen long before it crossed a road. Since i grew up in Arizona, even at high speeds you could avoid the bear. this was intentional by some un educated cowboy that thought killing nature made him a man.

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