"We were caring for two other cubs when No Tag arrived, so the three cubs are now being raised together and find comfort in one another," Nicholson says. "The three of them play, wrestle, sleep and eat together."
They recently got to explore their new enclosure for the very first time.
No Tag is delighted with his new surroundings, especially his new tree ...
... but he's also a bit cautious. Here he is making sure it's safe to put his paw down.
The three bear cubs will stay at the Wildlife Center until next spring, when they'll be released back into the wild together.
In the meantime, if you'd like to donate to the bears' care, go here.
You can watch the full video of them checking out their enclosure for the first time: