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On Friday, November 21, Dr. Kevin Willitts, the official volunteer veterinarian for Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, officially released Cinder from his medical care. On Sunday, she headed one step closer to home, via an 8-hour car ride to the Idaho Black … Continue reading
ABC 7 KGO San Francisco will be airing a story on LTWC’s owls tonight on the 6pm News! Not in the Bay Area? Check out the ABC website later tonight for the video!
If you’re in the Bay Area, be sure to tune into ABC-7 News on KGO TV tonight at 6pm for a story on Cinder and the other bears in LTWC’s care. Not in the area? Check out ABC-7′s website for … Continue reading
Check out the great piece about Cinder that KOMO TV 4 Seattle aired last night!
Welcome! As you may have heard, we have our hands full with bear cubs this year! We have received many requests for updates on Cinder, the burned bear cub who was flown to LTWC from Washington. Cinder’s paws were badly … Continue reading
Come join us during the Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Open House! When: August 3, 2014 from 10am until 4pm. Where: Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, 1485 Cherry Hills Circle, South Lake Tahoe. What: during our annual Open House, LTWC opens its doors … Continue reading
NBC News has posted a story with more information about our new little guest. Check out the full story here, and enjoy the BEAR League’s video of Tahoe, below. Post by BEAR League.
The video shows the little bear cub LTWC received last week chewing on a blanket and “chortling,” which is a noise bear cubs make when they are in a happy state. Enjoy!
LTWC welcomed our newest guest last night — a 5.4-lb bear cub! This female cub is likely only about 10 weeks old, given her weight and overall physical condition. She is just beginning to walk (she doesn’t quite have the … Continue reading
LTWC received a message from the US Forest Service that their video highlighting Chips the Baby Bobcat is now the most popular Forest Service YouTube video ever, with nearly 210,000 views as of this writing. Chips was just four weeks old when … Continue reading