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Glacier National Park: A bear biologist discusses safety tips for hikers who encounter bears. Tips include how to avoid sneaking up and startling a bear, how to distinguish a black bear from a grizzly, and how to respond to both a bluff attack and an actual attack.

Glacier National Park, Montana, Bears, Safety, Animal Encounters
attack, bears, black bear, bluff attack, glaciers, grizzly bear, montana, national park, prevention, safety
Date of Video
December 11, 2002
Video Location
Glacier National Park, Columbia Falls, Mt
48°41'48"N × 113°43'6"W
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