Yellowstone officials urging driver’s to honk at bears if they approach vehicles
Yellowstone National Park officials are encouraging driver’s to honk at bears if they approach your vehicle according to an Associated Press report.
Recently, a black bear put a paw on a vehicle, and other related issues have happened in the past.
Yellowstone officials say drivers should honk and drive away if a bear becomes too close. They say the bears are used to people and getting food from that. This causes aggression issues, and occasionally them to be killed.