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Montana, Yellowstone And Twenty Five Yards discussed on Cal's Week in Review

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Ep. 56: Fat Bears, E-Bikes, and the Great American Outdoors Act

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Montana, Yellowstone And Twenty Five Yards discussed on Cal's Week in Review

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Recommends visitors to yellowstone. Stay at least twenty five yards away from large animals such as bison elk bighorn sheep and deer. Here's my public service announcement or are P._S._A.. As we call it in the BIZ twenty five yards isn't nearly far enough to reiterate a two thousand pound buffalo can sprint up to thirty miles an hour grizzly bears can hit sixty miles an hour in the recommended do not cross distance is one hundred yards again way too close in my opinion. Even though we're talking about a park situation where these animals have lost some of their wild that doesn't make them domesticated or automated for that matter and they have every right to defend their personal space. I'm not celebrating little girls being thrown in the air by bison or hikers getting mauled by bears but when these things happen a part of me raises an eyebrow and thanks thanks hey at least they still got moving on keeping on the Montana subject line not all tourists flock to Montana in the summertime to be entertained by quote unquote wildlife lots of them. Just come here to fish for trout. Out this time of year many of the local skip the crowded trout streams to chase a very different fish