Our curators posted a new video to YouTube the other day, and we know you’ll enjoy it.  It is a trail cam video, and the first part shows us what the cubs do at night.  There is some fence interference, but of course that’s because the trail cam is of necessity fixed in place.  The next day the video camera was moved, and there is a nice segment of the cubs – all four of them – foraging, eating, playing, scratching, and wrestling.  You can see that they are really growing! The four cubs will stay at ABR until sometime in the fall, when the wildlife officers decide that they are ready for release.  But the age of 6 months is generally thought to be the youngest age at which a cub can survive on its own.  We are glad that these cubs will have a few extra months to gain weight and practice their wild behavior, so they will really be ready to make it in the wild.