Help Clover the bear find a safe home
The BC Wildlife Park in Kamloops is working with bear experts and zoologists to design a new home for Clover the bear.
Clover is an 18-month-old rare white Kermode bear who escaped from his habitat in October. Just hours into his stay at the park, Clover escaped through an opening in the roof of his pen.
BC Wildlife Park - a non-profit society - is holding a raffle to raise funds to build Clover's new habitat.
Clover's new home will be built with the upmost highest standards to ensure he is happy, healthy and safe.
Tickets are $5 and the draw will take place at BC Wildlife Park on April 21. Prizes range in value from $1200-$100.
For more information or to purchase tickets visit http://www.bczoo.org.
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