VIDEO OF THE DAY: Florida Fish and Wildlife Provides Tips About What to Do When Encountering a Bear

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make sure you don’t unintentionally invite bears, other wildlife to join your adventure

ABOVE VIDEO: Our state’s beautiful beaches and public lands are popular destinations for socially-distant summer fun. But remember, these areas are also home to a wide variety of wildlife, including bears.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Our state’s beautiful beaches and public lands are popular destinations for socially-distant summer fun. But remember, these areas are also home to a wide variety of wildlife, including bears.

Whether you’re renting a beach house, camping, hiking, or just out enjoying nature, make sure you don’t unintentionally invite bears or other wildlife to join in your adventure.

Watch wildlife from a distance. Prevent conflicts with wildlife by always securing your food and trash!

Seeing a black bear is a thrilling and rewarding experience. The presence of bears is not necessarily a problem or a threat to your safety.

But it is important to remember that bears are wild animals and deserve respect.

If you are not careful, you could break the law and risk both your own safety and the bear’s.

Whether you’re renting a beach house, camping, hiking, or just out enjoying nature, make sure you don’t unintentionally invite bears or other wildlife to join in your adventure. (FWC image)
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