Moment wildlife officer helps remove a bucket that was stuck on the head of a ...

Moment wildlife officer helps remove a bucket that was stuck on the head of a ...
Moment wildlife officer helps remove a bucket that was stuck on the head of a ...
Moment wildlife officer helps remove a bucket that was stuck on the head of a Denver bear for a week  Video captured the moment wildlife officers helped remove a bucket that was stuck on the head of a Denver bear for a week  Colorado Parks and Wildlife posted video of the rescue on Thursday, calling it a 'wildlife rescue success story' The bear spent a whole week running around the foothills west of Boulder with a chicken feeder stuck on her head  before wildlife officers tracked her down The rescue was set in motion by Drew McConaughy and his friend Dave Sherman who spotted the bear and while working on a cabin in the foothill Once the chicken feeder was off bear went back roaming the mountains free of the bucket, Colorado Parks and Wildlife said

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Video captured the moment wildlife officers helped remove a bucket that was stuck - for a week - on the head of a bear in Denver.  

Colorado Parks and Wildlife posted video of the rescue to Facebook on Thursday, calling it a 'wildlife rescue success story.'  

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The bear spent a whole week running around the foothills west of Boulder with a chicken feeder stuck on its head but when residents reported it, wildlife officers were able to track her down. 

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Video captured the moment wildlife officers helped remove a bucket that was stuck on the head of a Denver bear for a week

Video captured the moment wildlife officers helped remove a bucket that was stuck on the head of a Denver bear for a week

Colorado Parks and Wildlife posted video of the rescue on Thursday, calling it a 'wildlife rescue success story.'

Colorado Parks and Wildlife posted video of the rescue on Thursday, calling it a 'wildlife rescue success story.'

The rescue was set in motion by Boulder residents Drew McConaughy and his friend Dave Sherman who spotted the bear while working on a cabin in the foothills, The Denver Channel

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