Saving babies

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After much lobbying by citizens of Seward, a small town at the head of Alaska’s Resurrection Bay, an effort is underway to rescue two orphaned grizzly bear cubs that have become a city attraction and a city worry.

Since their mother was shot  and killed raiding a chicken coop at the end of July, the Facebook page Seward, AK Bear & Wildlife Report has been buzzing with reports of the cubs’ movements and concerns about their welfare.

Out of fear the cubs might get run over by the tourist traffic on the summer busy Seward Highway that runs 120 miles north to Alaska’s largest city, one area resident on Sunday reportedly posted  signs warning people to slow down and watch for the bears.

Saving babies


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