Nova Scotia Black Bears: Truth Versus Fiction

Date/Time

Saturday, February 15, 2014
10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Description

Come and learn about one of the most misunderstood mammals in North
America. Historically, bears were considered to be blood-thirsty predators
that were extremely dangerous to humans. Nothing could be further from the
truth about this shy forest dweller that wanders the woods each day
searching for food items. Bears are amazingly intelligent animals that
have developed unique adaptations that allow them to survive in a cold
climate. Also, learn what to do if one should encounter a bear while in
the woods.

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Museum of Natural History

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