A black bear in Rice Lake, Wisconsin was not having the best day when it got a milk can stuck on its head.

Lucky for the bear, logger Garrett Smith was there to save the day. Watch Smith use a forestry forwarder machine to expertly remove the can, all while keeping himself at a safe distance from the bear.

Darby Simpson, Smith's girlfriend, told WEAU News that Smith had permission from the cornfield's landowner to use the forwarder to help the bear.

Though the animal might have been uncomfortable during the process, we're sure he's happier now that his head is not in a can.

Watch the video to see the entire event filmed on Smith's cell phone.

If you see a wild animal injured or incapacitated call your local animal control office.


Responses to "Logger Rescues Black Bear With Head Stuck In A Milk Can (VIDEO)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very nice work!

  2. Mila Ug-S says:

    Very nice ! BRAVO !!

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  4. Anonymous says:

    Look at the amount of crop they destroyed to save that little fart. Great work guys.

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