Wherever you are in the world, animals want your food so we’ve put together some handy tips to keep you and your food safe out in the wilderness.
Here in North America we’re mainly concerned with bears. Polars and grizzlies are just nasty beasts and you need to do everything possible to keep your distance when you’re in the wild. Black bears are a nuisance too, but generally are as threatening as raccoons. Regardless, you don’t want your trip ruined becase a bruin ate your nuts.
So what can you do to keep your food safe from bears?
- First: Keep a clean campsite.
- Second: Don’t sleep near your food.
- Third: Be smarter than a bear.