Bim and Bam are two bear cubs, found in February 2016, when they were about one month old, without their mother, in the Pădurea Bogății forest reserve, around 50 km north of Brasov in central Transylvania. The forest rangers had been observing the babies, in their den, for three days, hoping their mother would return. As the mother bear didn’t show up, the rangers called the AMP to ask for help. The cubs were taken in the quarantine area of the Libearty sanctuary, until Martine & Bertram Pohl Foundation decided to support all the expenses for building a dedicated enclosure and named them Bim and Bam. You can read here the story of the bear cubs.