Baby bear undergoes rehab for burned paws

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Baby bear undergoes rehab for burned paws

Female cub found abandoned, hiding in tree near 416 Fire
Wildlife officials apply a salve to the paws of a female cub that was found injured from the 416 Fire. After applying the salve, they will wrap her paws. If all goes well, they’ll put her in a den near where she was found up Junction Creek and where she can awake in spring.
A baby female cub injured by the 416 Fire was taken to a rehab facility in Del Norte after being found north of Durango.
This baby cub was found abandoned north of Durango, injured by the 416 Fire. She will be rehabbed until the fall, then placed in a den during hibernation near where she was found.
This female cub was found with bad burns on her paws because of the 416 Fire. It’s expected the baby bear will fully recover.
While most wildlife are able to get away from wildland fires, some animals can’t escape. This baby bear injured by the 416 Fire has a good chance of surviving.
This baby cub was spotted up Junction Creek by firefighters battling the 416 Fire north of Durango. When it became apparent her mother was gone, crews called Colorado Parks and Wildlife to rescue her.

Baby bear undergoes rehab for burned paws

Wildlife officials apply a salve to the paws of a female cub that was found injured from the 416 Fire. After applying the salve, they will wrap her paws. If all goes well, they’ll put her in a den near where she was found up Junction Creek and where she can awake in spring.
A baby female cub injured by the 416 Fire was taken to a rehab facility in Del Norte after being found north of Durango.
This baby cub was found abandoned north of Durango, injured by the 416 Fire. She will be rehabbed until the fall, then placed in a den during hibernation near where she was found.
This female cub was found with bad burns on her paws because of the 416 Fire. It’s expected the baby bear will fully recover.
While most wildlife are able to get away from wildland fires, some animals can’t escape. This baby bear injured by the 416 Fire has a good chance of surviving.
This baby cub was spotted up Junction Creek by firefighters battling the 416 Fire north of Durango. When it became apparent her mother was gone, crews called Colorado Parks and Wildlife to rescue her.
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