Animal Tracks

By: Innerwolf Projects  09-12-2011
Keywords: Animals

Dec 14 2010

Bears and cougars are wild, powerful and unpredictable. Despite the number of visitors to British Columbia’s protected areas each year, encounters between these animals and humans are low. Actual attacks are extremely rare. When they do occur, it is generally the result of peoples’ careless actions. Keep your visit to British Columbia’s protected areas safe [..]

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