Troop On-line Activity #63 - Avoiding Bear Encounters
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
Stuart: Want these dead batteries?
James: How much?
Stuart: They are free of charge.
Saying (to think about)
A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed.
Black Bears are amazing animals and much of Ontario is "Bear Country". Below is some more information about Black Bears from "Bear Wise".
There is an old saying that "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". Avoiding human-bear encounters while outdoors in "Bear Country" is the best way keep people (and bears) safe. Below is some "Bear Wise" tips to avoid human-bear interactions. Read through them then answer the questions.
1. Which of the following are something you should do to avoid encountering or attracting a bear? Check the box next to all the answers (there could be more then one) that are correct.
2 points
Just for fun, no question.
2. Which of the following are something you should do to avoid encountering or attracting a bear? Check the box next to all the answers (there could be more then one) that are correct.
2 points
Just for fun, no question.
3. Which of the following are something you should do to avoid encountering or attracting a bear? Check the box next to all the answers (there could be more then one) that are correct.
3 points
Just for fun, no question.
4. Which of the following are something you should do to avoid encountering or attracting a bear? Check the box next to all the answers (there could be more then one) that are correct.
2 points
For more information about becoming "Bear Wise" visit: https://www.ontario.ca/page/prevent-bear-encounters-bear-wise
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