Well, we have a new resident in Bear Orphanage, but not an intentional one! We always tell people how natural a habitat the Orphanage is for the bears of IEAS. So natural, in fact, that small wild animals wander in and out of the 10 acre enclosure through the fences. Recently, a fox has taken up residence in, of all places, a TREE in Bear Orphanage. At first, we were under the impression that the little guy was stuck in the tree, but after managing to get him down, we found him perched up in the branches again! He seems to come and go as he pleases.
The arrival of this little resident
just confirms to us that
Bear Orphanage can help
make our bears live
as they would in the wild,
because wild animals feel that way!