TWRA Wildlife Officer Bryon Franklin holds one of the tranquilized cubs before it was taken to the Appalachian Bear Rescue on Monday. (Photo contributed by TWRA)
This past week, state wildlife officers were able to "bear" witness to the discovery of three locals who were in need of a good home.
Last Saturday, officers with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency captured a black bear they believe was responsible for damaging property in a west Johnson City neighborhood in early April, and then, two days later, discovered two black bear cubs in southwestern Washington County.
All three animals have since been relocated to more accommodating locations.
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