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Posted by: thepinetree on 07/26/2021 02:13 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 07/26/2021 02:13 PM
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Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Rescues Black Bear Cub from The Tamarack Fire

Markleeville, CA....Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care contacted Alpine County on Sunday evening (7/25/21) after receiving a report from a Markleeville resident regarding an injured black bear cub in the Markleeville area. The injuries to the animal were a result of the Tamarack Fire and the mother bear could not be located. As a result, the Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care staff successfully located and transported the bear to their facility in South Lake Tahoe. Currently, the bear cub is recovering and will remain under the care of LTWC until it has been fully rehabilitated.






“As we begin the recovery process from another devastating wildfire fire, please remember that humans are not the only ones who have suffered a great loss. Much of the wildlife in these areas have lost their homes and their lives. With the discovery of bear cub, Tamarack, we have hope of find more wildlife in need of our help. Please be aware and keep a watchful eye out for any wildlife that may be injured or suffering. If you find any wildlife in need of rescue, please call Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care at 530-577-2273.” Jenny Curtis, Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care



“We are lucky to have organizations like Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care that work selflessly to rehabilitate injured wildlife in our region. We are grateful for their quick and effective response to this situation. We are hopeful for a full and speedy recovery for “Tamarack”, our four-legged, Alpine County Resident.” JT Chevallier – Alpine County Public Information Officer




Photos Courtesy of Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care




Residents are encouraged to call Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care (530-577-2273) or the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (916-445-0411) if they have located injured wildlife.




For more information on Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care: https://ltwc.org/




Road Closures

State Route 89 from the junction of Highway 88 to Highway 395 (Evacuee Access Allowed)

State Route 4 from the junction of Statue Route 89 to Ebbetts Pass




Fire Information & Public Information


• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tamarackfireinfo #TamarackFire


• Fire Information Number: 775-434-8629






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Posted on: 2021-07-26 14:44:05   By: Anonymous
 
Looks like Donald Trump after losing the election.

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    Not really, trump doesn't have a beard and he wears a red hat. Not only are you dense as a doorknob, you're blind as a bat.

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      Trump 2024 and lets MAGA!

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