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Staying safe with wildlife

Date: 10/29/2018 | Source: http://cottagelife.com

It's extremely important to remember to stay safe with wildlife. Squirrels and birds may seem harmless, but watching from a distance is always the better idea. Two men in B.C. got too close to a bear for a photo op - and ended up being charged with a crime. Cottage Life reported, "The two people involved were charged last week under B.C.’s wildlife act for the offense that allegedly took place in summer 2017." Remember that a great photo isn't worth risking your safety or the animal's! 

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