Have you ever watched a video and hoped one thing would happen instead of what actually happened. That's how I feel about a situation where a Yellowstone park ranger was forced to use bear spray to stop a charging bear when I wished he had used it on the tourists.
A hiker in Yellowstone National Park suffered minor injuries from what officials say was a mother grizzly bear protecting her cub on Monday.
According to a park statement, the 37-year-old Columbia, Missouri woman was hiking alone on the Fairy Falls Trail near Old Faithful when the encounter occurred...
It's not often you get to actually see the reason why you always carry bear spray when you're in the woods around Yellowstone. This is the exception. A camera crew captured the moment when a grizzly rushed a man who fortunately had bear spray deployed.