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Releasing Bears Into The Wild - Florida Animal Rescue Project 

AVONACO and BEAU were the first wild bear cubs to be rehabilitated and released when we released our “Bear Freedom” project last year. They were Louisiana black bears and went back there for release. Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) followed by bringing three more bear cubs in need to the project. Their names are CHARLIE, DAISY AND EMILY. They all successfully regained their strength and learned to fend for themselves while remaining properly wild and afraid of humans at the sanctuary. They were released into an area of ideal bear habitat in Florida.











So far 100% of the cubs that we have received have been restored to good health and released.

Find out more about Frontier's Florida Animal Rescue Project 

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