Golfing in Montana
Thanks to Lisa for sending this one.
Lisa's WARPED! And we are too...
In case you ever golf in
Montana...the Montana State Department of Fish and
Wildlife is advising golfers to
take extra precautions and be on the alert
for bears while playing on
Gallatin, Helena, and Lewis and Clark National
Forests Golf Courses. They advise
golfers to wear noise-producing devices
such as little bells on their
clothing to alert, but not to startle the
bears unexpectedly. They also
advise you to carry pepper spray in the case
of an encounter with a bear.
Golfers should be able to
recognize the difference between black bear and
grizzly bear droppings on the golf
course. Black bear droppings are smaller
and contain berries and possibly
Grizzly bear droppings are huge
and have little bells in them and smell like pepper spray.