Lynx au milieu des pâquerettes. Ayant une photo de la même série en couleurs j'ai voulu mettre celle ci en noir et blanc. .
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Farewell Stefka 🐻❤️ It is with heavy hearts we share the news that one of the longtime residents of the Dancing Bears Park Belitsa, brown bear Stefka, has passed away.
Sweet Stefka was one of the oldest bears in the Park at 36 years old - an unusually long age for an animal born in captivity. Born in 1984 at a hunt, where government figures used to go hunting, Stefka spent the first 19 years of her life abused as a dancing bear. She would hardly have survived so long if she had not been found and rescued by FOUR PAWS. In 2003, Stefka was rescued from the horrible conditions and transferred to @dancing_bears_park, founded as a cooperation between FOUR PAWS and the @fondationbrigittebardot
When Stefka started living in the Park, the scars from her old life were still visible on her nose and lip, marking where a ring and chains had wounded her face for years. She had to undergo emergency and complicated plastic surgery by the veterinary expert Prof. Aminkov - Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Forestry, who has been helping FOUR PAWS for years. Thankfully, Stefka's nose was rebuilt and finally healed, after she had suffered for years due to the injury.
Bear Stefka spent 17 happy years living in the Park. She was a calm bear and lived in harmony with four other rescued bears. Stefka had her favourite place to rest in a tree root hollow where she loved to rest and watch the other bears.
Stefka will remain forever in our hearts as one of the oldest inhabitants to have lived at the Dancing Bears Park near Belitsa. We are deeply mourning her loss, but are happy that we were able to care for this beautiful bear.
Farewell sweet Stefka 🌈
Posted this earlier on my stories. This moose was not nice to everyone. Just after we left the Canyon she stomped on a cross country skier. So if you're heading up green Canyon in Cache Valley be careful and keep your distance. I had seen her tracks on the trail a couple miles down canyon so I was watching for her. (Cuz Moose scare me a little) 😬 We grabbed our dog walked slowly past her and had no problems. She did not have a calf with her so I figured we would be OK. On our way back down she again gave us the look #youwantapieceofme kind of look but let us pass unharmed. #thankyou#moose#themooseisloose#wildanimals#idontmesswithmoosebearsorsasquatch #😂 #outdoors#utah#cachevalley