BOSTON, Aug. 25 (UPI) — A bear in Massachusetts was caught peering close up for a “selfie” into a camera on a conservation property.
The Trustees shared the field camera image of the curious bear as it pressed its nose up to the camera showing only its eyes in the distance.
“We couldn’t resist posting this ‘extreme close-up’ (bear selfie?) captured by a field camera used by our Conservation Restriction (CR) team,” they wrote.
According to the conservation organization, the cameras are used to monitor wildlife in the area as they work to protect the land.
“The CR team work tirelessly to help permanently protect land here in Massachusetts as well as working closely with our ecology team, and these cameras help keep tabs on the local wildlife,” they wrote.