Bear injured during 416 Fire ‘doing really well’

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Bear injured during 416 Fire ‘doing really well’

Colorado Parks and Wildlife plans to release young sow in January
A female cub burned in the 416 Fire will be released early next year. The cub has been undergoing rehabilitation at the Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Del Norte.
A bear cub found with burned paws during the 416 Fire has been living with other cubs while recovering. The bear will eventually be released back into the wild.
While most wildlife are able to get away from wildland fires, some animals can’t escape. This baby bear injured by the 416 Fire is expected to make a full recovery.
Smokey Bear visited a cub burned in the 416 Fire in July at a rehabilitation center near Del Norte.

Bear injured during 416 Fire ‘doing really well’

A female cub burned in the 416 Fire will be released early next year. The cub has been undergoing rehabilitation at the Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Del Norte.
A bear cub found with burned paws during the 416 Fire has been living with other cubs while recovering. The bear will eventually be released back into the wild.
While most wildlife are able to get away from wildland fires, some animals can’t escape. This baby bear injured by the 416 Fire is expected to make a full recovery.
Smokey Bear visited a cub burned in the 416 Fire in July at a rehabilitation center near Del Norte.

Bear injured during 416 Fire ‘doing really well’

This female cub was found with bad burns on its paws because of the 416 Fire. It is expected to make a full recovery and be released early next year.

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