Free the Bears

Free the Bears – November Newsletter

As proud sponsors of Free the Bears, we’re excited to share their latest update with you.

Click here to see the latest Free the Bears Newsletter featuring our very own sponsor bear, Mary Christmas (Sun Bear at Laos Sanctuary)

Click here to see a video showing the latest bear rescue in Laos. 

Welcome to our November Newsletter, where we take pride in sharing heartwarming stories of wildlife rescue and conservation efforts. Free the Bears has been at the forefront of safeguarding bear populations, offering a sanctuary for those rescued from distressing situations. In this edition, we delve into the latest updates, successful rescue missions, and the ongoing commitment to bear welfare.

A Haven for Rescued Bears

At Free the Bears, we believe in providing a safe haven for bears rescued from captivity and exploitation. Our sanctuaries are meticulously designed to emulate the bears’ natural habitats, ensuring they have the space and resources to thrive. We understand the importance of creating an environment where bears can exhibit their natural behaviors, fostering physical and mental well-being.

Rescue Stories that Inspire

Our November Newsletter brings you inspiring rescue stories that highlight the resilience of bears. Each account underscores the significance of our conservation efforts. From bears rescued from bile farms to those saved from the clutches of the illegal wildlife trade, we share stories of triumph, resilience, and the unwavering spirit of these incredible creatures.

Conservation Initiatives

Collaborating for a Cause

In our relentless pursuit of bear welfare, we actively collaborate with local communities, NGOs, and governmental bodies. Our conservation initiatives go beyond sanctuary walls, addressing the root causes of bear exploitation. By fostering partnerships, we aim to create a ripple effect that leads to a more sustainable and compassionate coexistence between humans and bears.

Educational Outreach Programs

Education is a powerful tool in advocating for wildlife conservation. Our educational outreach programs target schools and communities, raising awareness about the importance of preserving bear habitats and respecting wildlife. Through interactive sessions and engaging materials, we strive to instill a sense of responsibility towards the conservation of these magnificent creatures.

November Highlights

Successful Rehabilitation and Release

This month, we are thrilled to share the successful rehabilitation and release of several bears back into the wild. Our dedicated team of experts ensures that bears are given the necessary care and rehabilitation before embarking on their journey to freedom. Witnessing a bear taking its first steps in the wild is a testament to the impact of our conservation efforts.

Conservation Milestones

As we reflect on November, we celebrate significant milestones achieved in our ongoing conservation projects. Whether it’s the expansion of our sanctuaries, successful partnerships, or legislative victories, each milestone brings us closer to realizing our vision of a world where bears can thrive in their natural habitats without fear of exploitation.

Get Involved

Support the Cause

You can be a part of the change by supporting Free the Bears. Whether through donations, volunteering, or spreading awareness on social media, your contribution matters. Together, we can create a world where bears roam free and unhindered.

Visit Our Sanctuaries

If you’re passionate about wildlife and conservation, consider visiting our sanctuaries. Immerse yourself in the world of bears, witness their stories of resilience, and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges they face. Your visit contributes directly to the upkeep of our sanctuaries and the well-being of the bears within.


As we conclude our November Newsletter, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to our supporters, partners, and everyone committed to the cause of bear conservation. Your support propels us forward in our mission to free the bears and ensure a future where they live without fear or exploitation.