Walking with Bears: One Man's Relationship with Three Generations of Wild Bears

Walking with Bears One Man s Relationship with Three Generations of Wild Bears DeBruyn a biologist specializing in black bears believes that the only way to protect a wild species is to determine precisely what they do all day To answer these questions DeBruyn pioneered a G P

  • Title: Walking with Bears: One Man's Relationship with Three Generations of Wild Bears
  • Author: Terry DeBruyn
  • ISBN: 9781585744251
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • DeBruyn, a biologist specializing in black bears, believes that the only way to protect a wild species is to determine precisely what they do all day.To answer these questions, DeBruyn pioneered a G.P.S monitoring system for radio collared bears, but soon realized the only way to truly understand the animal is to enter its world And so begins his incredible story.With enDeBruyn, a biologist specializing in black bears, believes that the only way to protect a wild species is to determine precisely what they do all day.To answer these questions, DeBruyn pioneered a G.P.S monitoring system for radio collared bears, but soon realized the only way to truly understand the animal is to enter its world And so begins his incredible story.With enormous patience and respect, DeBruyn succeeds in acclimating a North American black bear with cubs to his presence Walking with Bears is an endearing and moving tale of interspecies friendship.

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    1. I picked up the book on a friend's recommendation after I expressed my fears about camping in black bear country. What a fascinating book; the author essentially acclimated his presense to three generations of black bears, allowing him to observe their behaviors and habits. After reading this book, I'm really not afraid of black bears anymore; I know now to make a lot of noise when I walk through the woods (to avoid surprising them). I don't have a dog (most black bear attacks on human are, in f [...]

    2. This is a wonderfully entertaining and informative book. He got his insight into bear behavior the old fashioned way -- he watched them. It's filled with amusing anecdotes.

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