Two orphaned bear cubs were rescued from the top of a tree in Cecil Lake last week.
Local photographer Darcy Shawchek captured the rescue on video May 15 after the two cubs were left orphaned after a motor vehicle accident.
Renata Debolt helped organized the rescue after three days trying to capture the cubs with traps. The rescue effort was led by Stephen Bot, who scaled to the top of a swaying tree to bring the cubs safely to the ground.
The cubs will be cared for at the Northern Lights Wildlife Society for a year until being set free.
Watch a video of the rescue below.