It's camping season! And for the National Park Service's centennial this year, we made a few outdoor "orientation videos" with "The Junior Buglers" — a wilderness society we just totally made up and named after a decorative horn we found! The society and characters may be fictional, but the outdoor skills are real.
In this episode, Junior Bugler William demonstrates how brown bears and grizzly bears should be encountered differently — and how to hide your food properly.
Find all of NPR's coverage of the National Parks Service centennial here: http://n.pr/28UDV2B
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