Topic: Watching for Wildlife
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Bear Country Watching for wildlife while driving your SUV or hiking in the woods is one of the most rewarding activities you and your family can do. Both on and off the main highways there are many animals, including mamals, insects, birds, and reptiles, to see. And if you don't see actually them, you can spot the signs that they have been around.

These two photographs were taken in one of our National Forests and they show sure signs that there are bears in the woods! Bears claw at dead trees and stumps to get bugs to eat. If you examine the dead trees and stumps carefully, you can sometimes even see their claw marks. Look also for tracks and droppings to confirm your suspicions.

The next few pages of our training course will show you what to look for. And don't forget to use the "Web" button to view related material. Press the yellow "2" button above to continue.

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