Bears Displaced by Dixie Fire Receive Care in Southern California

Six young bears rescued from areas affected by California’s Dixie Fire have been receiving care this month at the San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center.

Footage by the humane society shows triplet bear cubs arriving at the wildlife center on September 22, as well as another male cub rescued from the Plumas National Forest in August with burns on his paws, who was transferred to the Ramona center on September 10.

San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center is caring for six young bears in total, they said. The four new arrivals would join a pair of siblings rescued from the Three Rivers area, who are seen in the last part of the footage.

As of September 29, the Dixie Fire measured at 963,276 acres and was 94 percent contained, according to official reports. Credit: San Diego Humane Society via Storyful

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