FOX 35 VIDEO: Wildlife Officials Working On Reuniting Lost Black Bear Cub With Mother

By  //  April 8, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: The mother and cub were separated Thursday during a brush fire near the Royal Trails subdivision about northeast of Eustis. (WOFL FOX 35 Video)

LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA (WOFL FOX 35) – Wildlife officials took a black bear cub for a walk in the woods Friday afternoon. They hoped to attract its mother.

The mother and cub were separated Thursday during a brush fire near the Royal Trails subdivision about northeast of Eustis.

“He was screeching really loud waiting for her to come and I was just hoping that mama bear wasn’t going to come out!” said 17-year-old Natorie Borst, who told reporters that she wants to be a conservationist one day.

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