Bear cub injured in 416 Fire is bandage-free

Bear cub injured in 416 Fire is bandage-free

Orphaned cub will be released into the wild this winter
A baby bear, whose paws were burned by the 416 Fire, is almost fully recovered. Colorado Parks and Wildlife captured the bear on June 22 and took it to the agency's Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in the San Luis Valley.
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 almost fully recovered.

Bear cub injured in 416 Fire is bandage-free

A baby bear, whose paws were burned by the 416 Fire, is almost fully recovered. Colorado Parks and Wildlife captured the bear on June 22 and took it to the agency's Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in the San Luis Valley.
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 almost fully recovered.

Bear cub injured in 416 Fire is bandage-free

The bear cub that had its paws injured in the 416 Fire is set to be released back in the wild this winter.

Bear cub injured in 416 Fire is bandage-free

This female cub was found with bad burns on its paws because of the 416 Fire.
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