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Its good to see for a change. No guns. the man did well with the fawn and it sure looks like the fawn has not forgotten his kindness.

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We have an older couple in Smithers, BC that does bear cub rescue all over the Province. The cubs are orphans or injured orphans. They rescue the cubs, get them medical treatment if needed, then carefully raise them until they are fat enough to be released in late summer in the areas from which they were taken. They usually have 20-30 cubs on site and it requires several volunteers to do all the work. Recently, Provincial Conservation officers have been bringing them all kinds of orphaned wildlife to raise including moose, deer, birds, squirrels, otters, etc. I know this because it is televised and TV proceeds help pay their bills.

There is another, a similar project on the east coast called Hope For Wildlife that is also televised. We watch both.

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They sound like remarkable people!! aww



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