Interview Opportunity - Lost in the woods face to face with a bear this long weekend

    Little known tips and tricks

    HUNTSVILLE, ON, July 29 /CNW/ - There are animal encounters every day in 
Algonquin Park. What if that black bear on your "hope to see" list comes a bit
too close for comfort? What if you wander off a trail and get lost in the
woods? What do you do?
    A new website,, offers everything from
survival tips to live web cams that allow visitors to check on the fall colors
in Algonquin and when the ice is out each spring.
    Expert outdoorsman and owner of outdoor adventure stores Algonquin
Outfitters, Rich Swift, is a frequent blogger and often answers questions
concerning animal encounters and camping methods.
    Swift is available for interviews throughout the camping season.

    He is prepared to...
    -   build a fire without a match
    -   taste bugs and berries that are safe to eat
    -   build a shelter
    -   find water without a lake or stream
    -   share tales of animal encounters
    -   share amazing animal facts
 is a new site offering information on what
to do, where to dine and where to stay in Huntsville, Lake of Bays and
Algonquin Park.

For further information:

For further information: To arrange an interview with Rich Swift,
contact: Alison Withey, Blue Whale Communications Inc., (705) 788-0080

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