As someone who makes his living working with animals and an unabashed animal lover, there’s nothing I find more enjoyable than packing up the family and heading to a national park for a fun and educational vacation experience. It’s a great way to experience wildlife, such as bears, buffaloes, wolves and elk, in their natural habitats.
However, it’s important to treat these wild animals with respect so you don’t endanger the animal, yourself or your family. Following a few basic tips can ensure a safe and enjoyable wildlife-viewing adventure.
Keep Your Distance
One sure way to frighten a wild animal is to get too close for comfort. While in most cases a frightened animal will simply run away, a mother with babies nearby could view you as a threat and decide to attack.
A better option is to keep at a safe distance, typically a minimum of 200 … Read More