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EN_01380683_0001 COV
The job of New Mexico's conservation officers can very significantly from day to day. On Saturday (8 June), this 250 pound black bear climbed a ladder, opened a lid and crawled into a water tank in the Guadalupe Mountains, south of Queen, NM. Luckily the tank was not full and the rancher happened to come by to check the water. When he did he found the bear inside and called Game and Fish. Conservation Officers Josh Waldrip and Donald Norton responded and were able to get a rope on the bear, tranquilize it and hoist it from the tank uninjured. The bear was successfully released back into the wild. Where: Queen, New Mexico, United States When: 11 Jun 2019 Credit: NM Game and Fish/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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EN_01380683_0002 COV
The job of New Mexico's conservation officers can very significantly from day to day. On Saturday (8 June), this 250 pound black bear climbed a ladder, opened a lid and crawled into a water tank in the Guadalupe Mountains, south of Queen, NM. Luckily the tank was not full and the rancher happened to come by to check the water. When he did he found the bear inside and called Game and Fish. Conservation Officers Josh Waldrip and Donald Norton responded and were able to get a rope on the bear, tranquilize it and hoist it from the tank uninjured. The bear was successfully released back into the wild. Where: Queen, New Mexico, United States When: 11 Jun 2019 Credit: NM Game and Fish/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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EN_01380683_0003 COV
The job of New Mexico's conservation officers can very significantly from day to day. On Saturday (8 June), this 250 pound black bear climbed a ladder, opened a lid and crawled into a water tank in the Guadalupe Mountains, south of Queen, NM. Luckily the tank was not full and the rancher happened to come by to check the water. When he did he found the bear inside and called Game and Fish. Conservation Officers Josh Waldrip and Donald Norton responded and were able to get a rope on the bear, tranquilize it and hoist it from the tank uninjured. The bear was successfully released back into the wild. Where: Queen, New Mexico, United States When: 11 Jun 2019 Credit: NM Game and Fish/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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EN_01380683_0004 COV
The job of New Mexico's conservation officers can very significantly from day to day. On Saturday (8 June), this 250 pound black bear climbed a ladder, opened a lid and crawled into a water tank in the Guadalupe Mountains, south of Queen, NM. Luckily the tank was not full and the rancher happened to come by to check the water. When he did he found the bear inside and called Game and Fish. Conservation Officers Josh Waldrip and Donald Norton responded and were able to get a rope on the bear, tranquilize it and hoist it from the tank uninjured. The bear was successfully released back into the wild. Where: Queen, New Mexico, United States When: 11 Jun 2019 Credit: NM Game and Fish/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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EN_01380683_0005 COV
The job of New Mexico's conservation officers can very significantly from day to day. On Saturday (8 June), this 250 pound black bear climbed a ladder, opened a lid and crawled into a water tank in the Guadalupe Mountains, south of Queen, NM. Luckily the tank was not full and the rancher happened to come by to check the water. When he did he found the bear inside and called Game and Fish. Conservation Officers Josh Waldrip and Donald Norton responded and were able to get a rope on the bear, tranquilize it and hoist it from the tank uninjured. The bear was successfully released back into the wild. Where: Queen, New Mexico, United States When: 11 Jun 2019 Credit: NM Game and Fish/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
=Editorial use only
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