Where is Milky?

Where is Milky
To adapt to global warming, many species are modifying their habits, and the most emblematic of examples is that of the polar BEARS.

Less ice and longer summers mean less opportunity to hunt and greater risks during displacements: what was once a solid surface, many now become a deathly trap.

If we don’t intervene immediately, polar BEARS could be the first species to become extinct due to climate change.

milk_shake® wants to protect polar BEARS from extinction by supporting POLAR BEARS INTERNATIONAL.

Let’s track Milky and her cub!

z.one concept™ has become a BRONZE MEMBER of POLAR BEARS INTERNATIONAL, thus adopting a polar BEARS in the Arctic.
We have adopted Milky, a sweet 14-year-old bear that is moving within the Hudson Bay. But she’s not alone! She’s with her little cub, which was born at the end of 2016.
Last summer, the sea ice in the Hudson Bay melted and Milky and her cub moved onto dry land in the Wapusk National Park, the main denning area for the Western Hudson Bay polar bear subpopulation. Milky and her cub rested for about four months, conserving previous energy.
At the beginning of November, the very low temperatures let Milky know that the ice was coming, and so she began her journey towards the Bay. After a few weeks, the family arrived on the sea ice and are now offshore on the south-east coast of Wapusk National Park. They are in good company, with a few other family groups. This Autumn, Milky and her cub travelled a total of 311km. Join us in following them on their journey!



Purchase 1 of milk_shake® sets and receive a free MILKY* BEAR soft toy. From each sold sets milk_shake will donate £/€ 1 to POLAR BEARS INTERNATIONAL. This way you will contribute to a donation to POLAR BEARS INTERNATIONAL which supports the scientific research and protection of polar BEARS.

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