Mike McIntosh at Bear With Us Sanctuary and Rehabilitation Centre holds an orphaned bear cub. He parked on the roadside to feed it electrolytes orally and told The Speaker the bear “appears calm because she is very weak. Her head is resting on my finger.” (Supplied photo)

Cub’s cries sound the alarm for help

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Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter EARLTON — When Claire Proctor heard crying coming from her Armstrong Township barn recently, she never expected to see a tiny bear cub clinging to the…

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Cub’s cries sound the alarm for help was last modified: May 3rd, 2017 by Editorial Staff