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Unfortunate Bug Bites, Getting Lost In The Wild: Your Not-So-Serene Encounters With Nature




A sample specimen of a dead Asian Giant Hornet from Japan, also known as a murder hornet, is shown by a pest biologist from the Washington State Department of Agriculture.
A sample specimen of a dead Asian Giant Hornet from Japan, also known as a murder hornet, is shown by a pest biologist from the Washington State Department of Agriculture.
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With the pandemic forcing Americans into quarantine, many are turning to socially-distanced outdoor activities to get some much needed fresh air. However, nature isn’t always so inviting.

From bear attacks to camping disasters and unwelcome discoveries, we want to hear what uniquely weird encounters you’ve had with the wilderness. Call in and tell us about your experiences at 866-893-5722.