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Brown Bear cubs at Shalom Wildlife Zoo

Adopted brown bear cubs at Shalom Wildlife Zoo

Shalom Wildlife Zoo has adopted two brown bear cubs

Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast has new neighbors! Two fuzzy, cuddly guys named Lewis and Clark have moved in across the street. Shalom Wildlife Zoo has adopted two brown bear cubs. They are a huge hit in eastern Wisconsin and have captured the hearts of many all over the world! Lewis and Clark have been on the news on at least two different channels and are a huge sensation on the Shalom Wildlife facebook page. They even were on Good Morning America!!

 

While you are enjoying a romantic getaway at our inn in the woods, you can literally walk over to Shalom Wildlife Zoo and see the brown bear cubs and all the other creatures they have, such as elk, several kinds of deer, buffalo, fox, goat, horses, and many more animals. Many mamas have birthed babies this spring which makes it even more exciting. Come to see the little ones including Lewis and Clark.

 

Lodging at Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast is perfect for the animal lover who will certainly visit the Shalom Wildlife Zoo. Our romantic Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast offers gourmet hot breakfasts with fresh coffee or fresh herbal teas. Out our large windows you may see many native animals walk by looking for a bite to eat in the forest. Birds lovers may catch the resident Pileated Woodpecker pair, a red tailed hawk, or many of the other beauties we have out the windows. Take a hike on our private trails and you may rustle up some wildlife along the path. Because we are tucked away in the woods of the Kettle Moraine you never know what nature has in store for you. The beauty of our romantic getaway cannot be hidden.

 

Don’t rush through the Shalom Wildlife Zoo and head home the same day, Make it a relaxing time away from the busy life. See the animals, enjoy the outdoors and nestle into a luxurious Bed and Breakfast for the night. Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast, conveniently located just across the street from Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary.