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Photo: Bear Signs Wells Gray Provincial Park

Tourists to Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia can not miss the bright yellow bear signs that need to be adhered to while visiting the area.

Wells Gray Provincial Park is located in the wilderness between Jasper and Kamloops in British Columbia, Canada where bears love to roam. Signs are posted throughout the park to warn visitors to the area not to feed a bear and information on what to do if you happen to cross paths with one.Black bears are regularly seen throughout the park at the lower elevations where most of the trails are and grizzly bears seem to spend their time around the higher elevations of Wells Gray Provincial Park. During the spring, a black bear may be seen along the road where they like to feed on the greenery but as summer approaches, they are in search of the berries found in the park.A Black Bear will usually try to avoid any human contact and while hiking farther up the mountain, be sure to make loud noises so that any Grizzly Bears in the area will not be surprised when they see you. The signs in the park are posted for good reason and leaving open garbage or food near campsites is tempting for a bear. ... continue below the picture...


Bear Signs Wells Gray Provincial Park

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... Once a bear becomes accustomed to human food, danger exists for humans which in turn results in death for the bear.Rules in the wilderness are not a game as wild animals are unpredictable, so please obey the signs to keep the bears safe. A few rules are to never approach a bear, do not leave garbage or food around your campsite, clean fish along the water's edge, keep strong smells away from the tent area, keep children at close range, never hike alone and pay attention to the sounds and sights of the wilderness.While wandering the trails of Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada, please read the signs and pay close attention to what they say. If everybody adheres to the signs, the bear species will be kept safe and so will humans. These bears are roaming free in the wild and in reality you are trespassing in their territory which means you abide by their rules.Wells Gray, BC, Bear Sign, North America

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Bear Signs Wells Gray Provincial Park
Tourists to Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia can not miss the bright yellow bear signs that need to be adhered to while visiting the area.
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