Wild, Wild Life

June 2007
Home Cooking;Jun2007, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p25
The article offers tips for campers to prevent raccoons, bears and other animals from stealing food at campsites. It suggests that food must not be left unattended even in a backpack. It recommends the storage of food and cooking supplies at least 100 feet away and downwind from a tent or sleeping area.


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