National Geographic : 1941 Oct
Courtesy Canadian National Railways "Fore!" Shout Golfers as Bruin Ambles across the Fairway at Jasper Park Lodge Black and brown bears in the park are accustomed to humans. They beg for handouts of sweets and are usually friendly unless molested. Afew grizzlies still inhabit this vast game refuge, but they shun man's society. Much of the reservation is as wild as it was a century ago in the days ofJasper Hawes, pioneer trapper and trader. Experienced park guards are constantly on duty to look after the comfort of the many visitors from Canada and theUnited States.