Bear Alert Hot on the Trails Rob and Puma are hired by a resort outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to stop an infestation of black bears. Against All Odds Rob and Puma head into the surrounding wilderness, facing freezing temperatures and knee-deep snow. Shelter in Place The mission becomes even more difficult when a storm sets in. Low visibility and blowing snow mean the duo must cut the day short and take shelter. While Puma constructs his state-of-the-art tent, Rob prefers a simple tarp and small fire. No Room for Error High in the remote Montana back country, Jason meets with Levi, his client, who owns a company that clears dead trees from forests to reduce forest fire danger. Levi needs someone to watch his back for predators as he focuses on marking areas for removal. Familiar Places The pink marker is placed around the perimeter of land marking where Levi and his loggers will need to clear trees. They also help Levi and Jason track where they've been while looking for mountain lions. Mountain Lion Territory The two set out as Levi emphasizes how remote this territory is - seeing predators is almost a given. Sure enough its not too long before they spy a mountain lion track. Helping Local Communities Cory arrives in a small Ecuadorian village to help with an Andean bear that has been raiding local cattle ranches. In Search of Yachak Cory, Andres, and Ben are trekking the Andes Mountain in search of Yachak, a famous Andean Bear, that's been causing havoc for farmers and their cattle. With the bear's attacks affecting over 25 communities, Cory sets out with two conservationists to find the Andean bear and force it from the mountainous area. Night Closes In Eventually finding a small game trail, they follow it deeper into the jungle and spy a bear's nest some 60 ft above them in a tree. They also find small animal bones and bear tracks. Deducing the bear must be nearby, but wanting to be sure, Cory sets up a trail cam. With darkness approaching, the team plans to return to the site tomorrow. Signs of Life The tree that they believe Yachak may have climbed due to the claw marks scratched in on the side. Compromising with a Predator Cory deduces that Yachak was in the area to hunt for cattle. More importantly, Cory and his team now know where he's sleeping and hunting. With this info, the locals know where not to leave their herds. Hopefully they can now live peacefully with the rare predator. 1 comments   Get Livefyre FAQ Sign in + Follow Post comment Link Newest | Oldest jim s 5pts Really enjoying the show. Does anyone know what brand/model trail cams everyone uses on The Savage Line?