Routine behaviors inside national parks’ extreme environs cause the most trouble. In this May 6 photo provided by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, a mother black bear with cubs ran toward a group of camera-clicking tourists as the animals crossed a bridge in Yellowstone National Park.
Routine behaviors inside national parks’ extreme environs cause the most trouble. In this May 6 photo provided by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, a mother black bear with cubs ran toward a group of camera-clicking tourists as the animals crossed a bridge in Yellowstone National Park. Bob Gibson AP file photo
Routine behaviors inside national parks’ extreme environs cause the most trouble. In this May 6 photo provided by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, a mother black bear with cubs ran toward a group of camera-clicking tourists as the animals crossed a bridge in Yellowstone National Park. Bob Gibson AP file photo

‘Vacation brain’ can be dangerous for travelers in national parks

May 24, 2015 05:53 PM

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