Monday, June 16, 2008

Utah Park rangers revamping bear safety education

BEAVER - Hikers and campers don't need to walk in terror of the state's black bears, but they should know they're around and how to get along with them, state wildlife and federal forest officials say.
Bright yellow posters, clever pamphlets, caution signs near bear traps and even instructions bolted to forest picnic tables will replace wan small-print placards now decorating campground kiosks, all in a new education blitz.
The message: If you're in a Utah forest, you're in bear country. Wise up.
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