New PDF release: Adventure Guide to Montana (Hunter Travel Guides)

By Genevieve Rowles

ISBN-10: 0585193096

ISBN-13: 9780585193090

ISBN-10: 1556508565

ISBN-13: 9781556508561

Supplying assurance of the heritage, tradition, geography and weather, this publication additionally appears at wasteland journeys in Montana, united states. parts featured contain Flathead and Clearwater Mountains, and fly-fishing, Nordic snowboarding, rock-hounding and in a single day mountaineering tours are all coated.

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Set up your tent at least 300 feet from your cook site in order to discourage bears from nosing about your sleeping area. To leave fish entrails beside lakes or streams is to invite trouble. n Women traveling in grizzly country during their menstrual periods must take special precautions. Use pre-moistened unscented cleaning towelettes, use tampons instead of pads, and never bury them. Place used tampons or pads in double zip-lock bags and store them 10 feet up, as you would food. Use only unscented feminine products.

N If a bear charges, remain standing in the hope that it’s a bluff charge and the bear will run past you. Otherwise, assume a cannonball or fetal position. Some rangers advocate lying flat on your stomach in order to make it harder for the bear to turn you over. Either way, the idea is to protect your vulnerable front. Play dead. Keep your pack on to protect your back. Cover your neck and head with your arms and hands. Don’t look up until you are certain the bear has gone away. The object is not to appear threatening.

In Montana, grizzlies are managed jointly by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and tribal wildlife managers. Much of their habitat is managed by the US Forest Service and other public and tribal land management agencies. Report grizzly encounters to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Endangered Species Field Office, PO Box 10023, Helena, MT 59626 (% 406-449-5225), the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, 490 N. Meridian Road, Kalispell, MT 59901 (% 406-752-5501), or to the nearest Forest Service ranger station or Indian reservation.

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