A little black bear was found clinging to a burnt tree after fires swept through the Montana and Idaho border last year near Salmon Idaho. Recent wildfire had forced him up a tree.
The angler that found him called FWP and the cub was rescued. But all four of is paws were badly burned and he spent weeks in recovery. After intensive care at the Idaho Humane Society he was transferred to Snowdon.
He was only four months old, and the rescuers and members of Idaho Humane Society named him Boo Boo. Since his recovery Boo Boo has gained strength and has since been set free
Wildlife biologists with Idaho Fish and Game released the black bear yearling into a remote central Idaho forest on Wednesday, the final step in a remarkable recovery at the Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary in McCall, Idaho. For the full story click here