Reader à Bear Attacks ´ Their Causes and Avoidance æ Naturaltreatment

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Reader à Bear Attacks ´ Their Causes and Avoidance æ Naturaltreatment ¼ Of the animals in North America none commands such dread awe and interest as the bear Creatures that fear little bears compete for survival with the only other animals that can threaten their existence Humans Bear AttacOf the animals in North America none commands such dread awe and interest as the bear Creatures that fear little bears compete for survival with the only other animals that can threaten their Herrero knows his stuff After moving to KalispellMT just outside Glacier National Park I decided that I'd better learn about grizzlies as I knew I'd occasionally run in to them while fishing or hiking in the area I read several books on grizzlies and this was THE MOST HELPFUL of them all After giving advice on how to act when running in to a mother bear with cubs or a bear eating carrion or a number of other various situations Herrero ultimately states that bears are still wild animals and are therefore unpredictable Even if you follow all of the grizzly etiuette rules some may still attack On the flip side they may not attack even if you break ALL the rules Again they are unpredictable If you go in to the forests with a personal respect for bears understanding that we are guests in their territory you will fare much better They are beautiful animals So please enjoy them but from a safe distance

Stephen Herrero ☆ Bear Attacks: Their Causes and Avoidance Text

Existence Humans Bear Attacks is a thorough and unflinching study of attacks made on humans This is the sometimes horrific yet always instructive story of Bear and Human written by the leading YES This book contains a uote from the 19th century which is uite possibly the best thing I've ever readHence the peculiar charm of a fight with a grizzly If you kill your bear it is a triumph worth enjoying; if you get killed yourself some of the newspapers will give you a friendly notice; if you get crippled for life you carry about you a patent of courage which may be useful in case you go into politics Besides it has its effect upon the ladies A chawed man is very much admired all over the worldHowever a better summary of the book comes directly from the authorIf you see a grizzly you instantly become one of the few who have shared moments with the species that cannot adapt to the domestication of North America the species that defines one of the few types of wilderness we have left Feelings of fear inspiration and awe may generate images of pristine North America when it was complete with bison and wolves and when humans were still pioneers treading on the edge of something big and rich beyond definition But images of mauled and mutilated people may also enter the mind for this too is part of the grizzly

Reader ñ Their Causes and Avoidance ☆ Stephen Herrero

Bear Attacks Their Causes and AvoidanceScientific authority in the field This book is for everyone who camps hikes or visits bear country and for anyone who wants to learn about these fearsome but always fascinating wild creatures OK so the key to surviving a bear attack is to figure out if the bear is trying to eat you or notIf the bear is NOT trying to eat you you're just supposed to lie there and let it lightly gnaw on you or sit on you or whatever not eating you activity the bear has in mindIf the bear IS trying to eat you you have to fight back because otherwise you'll totally get eaten yo Whether fighting back will help depends on how lazy your bear isThe million dollar uestion of course is how do you tell if a bear is trying to eat you or not? Well By picking up on a series of small subtle clues that occurred in the 03 seconds between you seeing the bear and the bear attacking you of course And also by magically knowing the bear's previous history of behavior feeding and human acclimation IN CONCLUSION surviving a bear attack is a total crapshoot and although this is an interesting enough book because bears are fascinating they are also apparently fairly inscrutable even to bear experts D'OH