A bear sitting in a tree in Albany created a lot of excitement in the neighborhood on Tuesday and Wednesday.
DEC crews remove the bear after it fell from a tree Wednesday afternoon in Albany.
DEC officials move a 150-pound black bear to an enclosed trailer at the rear of a home at 175 Whitehall Road in Albany on Wednesday.
Albany police officers carry guns across the street as they walk up to 42 Rose Court, where a 150-pound bear was sitting in a tree 70 feet above the ground on Tuesday.
Chris Shumway's children played outside at 42 Rose Court in Albany on Tuesday as police officers stood outside waiting for a 2-year-old bear to fall from a tree in Shumway's backyard.
Trucks were sent to Rose Court and Clayton Place in Albany on Wednesday to lift state Department of Environmental Conservation officers up to the bear sitting in a tree.
Local residents and media gathered to catch a look at the bear that sat in a tree behind Rose Court in Albany for 24 hours.
State Department of Environmental Conservation officers pulled a truck into a home's driveway on Clayton Place, across from Rose Court, trying to get a better look at the bear.
An officer armed with a tranquilizer gun was lifted up to a tree where a bear was sitting on Wednesday.
Local residents and media stood on Whitehall Road watching Albany police and state Department of Environmental Conservation officers secure the bear, which fell out of a tree Wednesday afternoon.
People stood on Whitehall Road to catch a glimpse of a bear that sat in a tree behind 42 Rose Court in Albany on Wednesday.