Tuesday, November 10, 2015


Bear Wisdom esl reading for Wilderness Students

Spring is just around the corner and that means bears will soon be coming out of their winter dens. Mother bears are bringing their inquisitive cubs outside to learn about their surroundings. Male bears are coming out hungry and looking for new green shoots and small mammals to eat. We have both black bears and grizzlies in the Chilcotin Mountain Range.
Our Esl reading material covers bear wisdom, bear safety, and facts about black bears and grizzlies. We also have bear safety videos to watch and discuss so our students can take care of themselves in the Canadian wilderness.
There are many myths and legends about bears and how to survive a bear encounter or attack. We give you the facts, using knowledge gained from scientific studies and years of living close to these furry beasts. It is important to be able to identify which bear is sighted because your safety rules change depending on whether it is the big, brown grizzly or the smaller black bear. What to do also changes with the type of encounter, whether your stumble across a mother bear and her cubs, a bear eating a carcass, or a troublesome bear searching through your garbage in a wilderness camp.We also cover what to do if you come across a bear while riding horses in the mountains. You can learn all this through our Esl reading! Some of the exciting adventures while you are here include grizzly viewing, when our experienced mountain guides take you to a safe viewing area to watch the wild animals in their natural habitat. We want your experience at the ESL Wilderness Ranch to be an enjoyable one and a safe one.


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We are a licensed guide outfitter and we conduct guided wilderness adventures throughout our 5,000 square km operating area. This guide area has been operational since 1880, making it the oldest in British Columbia. More about us HERE.

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