Hudson Valley Wildlife Center Asking for Donations
We could all use a bear hug every once in a while, right?
Before you answer that, just know that I'm talking literally. Here in the Hudson Valley, there is a couple who own a wildlife center and it made national news.
On Wednesday Good Morning America shared a video from the Orphaned Wildlife Center in Otisville. The video shows owner Jim playing with two, very large, bears.
Currently, the Orphaned Wildlife Center is running a GoFund me campaign to add to their enclosures. As of right now there are 3 sets of bears, but only two enclosures. The organization is looking to make a third enclosure equipped with a pond.
As one would think, that's going to cost a lot of money. Their goal is $25,000 and they're at a little over $4,000 dollars.
Jim and Susan goal at the Center is to "provide safety and nurturing to animals that are truly orphaned and prepare them to return to a life in the wild" according to their Facebook page.
If you would like to donate, visit their GoFundMe page.
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