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The Oswald Family and Friends strive to advance the care of rescued or abandoned bears. Bears are cared for at the Oswald's Bear Ranch via private funds and donations.

Bear Club is administered by  "Oswald's Bear Ranch Foundation", and is a Federally IRS approved 501 (C) (3) Association.  Your Contribution is tax deductible and all funds are used to care for the bears!  (Unlike the millions $$$$$$ of dollars wasted by Animal Rights Groups spent on exorbitant executive compensation and $19 dollar a month TV schemes diverted to off shore accounts).  Click here to learn the truth about PETA.
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The Oswald's Bear Ranch complex is the largest (bear only) Bear Ranch in the entire United States of America. Since opening to the public in 1997, Oswald's Bear Ranch has grown tremendously both in size and in bears. 

We have many new goals for our future, including an additional new habitat that will encompass 200 acres.  This sanctuary will be the largest bear sanctuary in the United States.  This will be an extremely large habitat for bears to find much needed peace and comfort.  This new home will not be for viewing so that they can live in tranquility.  By becoming a Bear Club Member, you are helping us reach these new goals that we see happening very soon and we appreciate your contribution.

Please join our Bear Club and help continue this effort by making a donation. We thank you for your help!  
Your donation will help with the health and well-being of all the bears (and new arrivals), along with general upkeep and maintenance of the property.

Click the donate button below to make a donation.

♦ Visit our Bear Club Page If you prefer to write a check or send a money order, please send it to: 

Oswald's Bear Ranch Foundation
13814 CR 407
Newberry, MI 49868

"Bears are made of the same dust as we, breathe the same winds and drink of the same waters.  A bear's days are warmed by the same sun, his dwellings are over-domed by the same blue sky, his life turns and ebbs with the heart-pulsing like ours and was poured from the same fountain..."—John Muir, Conservation Advocate for America's National Parks