Colorado Parks and Wildlife has moved three baby bears into their new home. These three orphaned bear cubs are now all cozied up in their new den in Larimer County.

The three cubs were captured in October near Sedalia, according to CPW's Facebook. The baby bears prepared for a few months for life in the wild at the Frisco Creek Rehabilitation Center.

After searching for the coziest spot, wildlife officers found the perfect place in Larmier County. They placed the bear's new home in a remote location between some trees, surrounded by hay. The hay provides the bear cubs with lots of insulation to keep them nice and toasty.

CPW has also set up a trail camera by the den to capture any movement and to watch the bears emerge in the spring. Hopefully, the bears will wake from their hibernation in the spring hungry and ready to get out in the wild to find some food.

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