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Welcome to the Be Bear Aware and Wildlife Stewardship web sites. Both sites have been developed with the help of students in grades K through 12, with college students and wildlife biologists serving as mentors.
The objective of both web sites is to reduce human/wildlife conflicts, especially with bears and alligators. Both contain the latest safety techniques for hiking, camping and viewing and photographing wildlife. You can make a difference in reducing human/wildlife encounters by becoming informed about the latest safety techniques.
You can make a difference by helping to teach others about Wildlife Stewardship and the latest safety techniques. We have a special area called Publications with guides and publications to download. Please use and share the information you find on these web sites with others. By teaching a new enthusiast how to enjoy wildlife safely and responsibly, you help create a wildlife legacy for future generations. Thank you for helping to keep wildlife wild.
All information contained within the “In The NEWS” and Logo’s are copyright by the source of the news and is reprinted with permission of the news source. All information and images, Copyright 1980-2008, Chuck Bartlebaugh, Center for Wildlife Information, Be Bear Aware is a trademarked name owned by Center for Wildlife Information. Web design copyright 2005-2008, Flathead Valley Web Works.