Kings Canyon bear false charges.

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Kings Canyon bear false charges.

Post by Jimr » Sat Sep 05, 2020 5:32 pm



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Re: Kings Canyon bear false charges.

Post by sekihiker » Sun Sep 06, 2020 9:41 am

I've seen a little aggressive bear behavior, but mostly decades ago when their weren't as many bear boxes and people seldom carried bear cans. The most memorable was on the Copper Creek Trail out of road's end. A mama tried teaching her large cub some intimidation techniques. It was on a pretty steep hillside so the cub had a hard time focusing on me and had to spend most of his effort trying to keep from falling off the hill.

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