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The bear cub is loving her dinner and accommodations at the Wildlife Center. She will be transferred Friday to be with a sow. Rehabbing the right way is about networking and giving wildlife the best chance of survival.To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.orgPosted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center on Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Feeding a Black Bear cub was an exciting time for us. The cub at 3lbs. was extremely strong and capable enough to grasp the bottle pulling it back, giving us a glimpse of the power the adults exhibit. Since she could not be reunited with her mother she will be raised by a surrogate sow to give her the best outcome.To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.orgPosted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center on Monday, April 18, 2016