Bear Attacks in Canada
Written by Erin McCloskey.
Published by Lone Pine Publishing, 2008.
|To be Canadian is to hear the call of the wild, and one of our
enduring symbols of wilderness is the bear. All three species of this
magnificent carnivoreblack, grizzly and polarcan break your neck
with a simple swat of their massive arms and clawed paws. Learning to avoid a
bear attack is essential information that everyone should have before they
explore the great outdoors. Failure to do so can result in needless tragedy in
terms of both human and animal loss of life. It is your behaviour that can make
all the difference and your best defence is to learn everything you can about
bears and act accordingly.
Thats where this book comes in. Youll discover how bears communicate, what they eat, how they socialize, what habitat they use, what time of year they are active, what they do around their cubs and what their various vocalizations signify.
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