Re: Bear Cub Death
David G. Hills (Adcdave@AOL.COM)
Mon, 19 Aug 1996 17:54:40 -0400
In a message dated 96-08-19 15:22:18 EDT, Donald R Izard wrote:
> IF there was any threat, the safe thing to do is leave the area where there
I agree with Don. The best reaction I have heard of to such an attack was
printed in the Reader's Digest. It was told by a lady, and went something
We left our picnic cooler on a table and went for a hike. Upon returning to
camp we found a bear on the table opening the cooler. I got hysterical and
told my husband "Do something, that bear has our cooler." He looked at me,
looked at the bear, and said "That's not our cooler. That's his cooler."
By the way, I was told by a ranger that the most dangerous species of
wildlife in Yellowstone, which has killed more tourists than bears, wolves,
elk, moose, or any other animal, is the lodge pole pine!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City