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Jun 25

Bear Freedom Project 2015 is a success!

The two rescued black bears, Avonaco and Beau, have been released! “Bear Freedom Project 2015” is a success! Two wild black bears, rescued by authorities on the brink of starvation, were placed with Forest Animal Rescue for rehabilitation and release. Watch them as they run back to their wild homes, healthy again! [Note: the yelling …

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Apr 20

Farewell Kisa

When we first had the vision to start a wild animal sanctuary and made the decision to make it happen, the animals came in quickly. So quickly, in fact, that we were scrambling to provide for an immediate waiting list. Kisa, a Siberian lynx, was one of the lucky ones. She was among the very first animals …

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Apr 08

Bear Freedom Project 2015 update

The cub made a few steps toward a tree then just stopped, crouched and cried. He knew he wasn’t strong enough to escape. This was the beginning of our black bear rehabilitation/release project – with an endangered Louisiana black bear. We named the little guy “Avonaco”, a Native American Cheyenne name meaning “lean bear.” He …

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Apr 07

The final volunteer group this spring – University of Delaware!

One of the largest bear habitats in the country is almost finished! The University of Delaware Alternative Break group consisted of 40 students who worked extremely hard. They tried to complete the bear habitat but just couldn’t quite do it. Thank you to all of our amazing Alternative Break volunteers – we couldn’t do it …

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