The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources got some help form a few students at Pulaski High School. Natural resources students at Pulaski Area High School put their design and construction skills to use and built a bear trap to assist DNR in responding to nuisance bears. This is not small feat though. The students designed and built a large, culvert-style trap made from aluminum tubing mounted on a trailer from with a pressure plate and spring activated door. Such a trap is worth thousands of dollars. The DNR came by yesterday and thanks the students for their hard work and they look forward to using the trap to help stops bears in a humane way.