Camping,  Hiking

Wild animal

KB Hear 

 When we are out camping or out hiking. I sometimes tell the story, of different animals, you come face to face with when you come up on an animal.

It startled  it , sometimes they just take off running, but some animals do not.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Like you jump up on a log and and a big old buck  comes jumping out from underneath  you and startled you as much as it did him.

But sometimes you come upon a buck for instant and if he got some does with him and it’s mating season that the main turn on you and charge that you. You just never know what if you come face to face with a bear.

So know your area what’s in that area. What kind of animals in that area never know when you’re going to come up on one. Remember when you’re out camping, hiking, in this beautiful country you are in their environment. 

This stops a lot of animal, repellent pepper spray when hiking; it can stop a charging bear from as much as 30 feet away. To reduce the risk of an attack, give bears a chance to get out of your way. 

“Try to stay in the open,” says Larry   manager of Alaska’s McNeil River State Game Sanctuary. “If you have to move through thick brush, make noise by clapping and shouting. “If you come face-to-face with a wild animal, the natural response is to bolt, but that can trigger the animal’s predatory instinct.

On July 6, 2011, Brian  57, and his wife, Marylyn, 58, were hiking in Yellowstone National Park when they came upon a grizzly bear and fled, screaming. Brian was bitten and clawed to death; Marylyn, who stopped and crouched behind a tree, was approached by the bear but left unharmed.

STAT: Each year three to five people are killed in North America in wild animal attacks, primarily by sharks and bear

 

 

 

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