Bear Cub Rescued From Tree Headed To Wildlife Rehab Center In Wisconsin – WCCO
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota bear cub that was scared from its den is getting some much-needed assistance.
The Wildlife Rehab Center of Minnesota states the cub had actually remained in a tree for 2 days.
They attempted to find the den by his paw tracks however there wasn’t sufficient snow to do so.
When he came to the center in Roseville recently he was dehydrated and underweight.
The vets had the ability to assist him in the meantime. However he’s heading to Rhinelander, Wisconsin where a rehab center called Wild Instincts will look after him progressing.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.