A tourist gets advice from a Canadian Ranger

Ranger: When you walk on this path you should periodically ring a bell. This will warn the bears that you’re in the vicinity and they wont attack.

Tourist: How will we know that there are bears in the vicinity?

Ranger: You’ll see fresh faeces on the path but you wont see the bears.

Tourist: I understand that grizzly bears sometimes come down the mountain. How will I know the difference between brown bears and grizzlies?

Ranger: If it’s a grizzly you’ll see little bells in amongst the faeces.

Chris

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