Be careful what you drive when passing by the woods
by Lauren Margolis
These furry food foragers in Yosemite National Park let the RVs and compact cars pass with barely a second look, but when a minivan starts rolling down their roads, the park bears pounce. Officials speculate that most minivan drivers are families with children who keep a generous supply of juice boxes, cereal and other food on hand. The scents waft into the woods, and the bears do what comes naturally. They reach in for a snack.