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Bear Paw Trail

Bear Paw Trail

Take a journey on the Bear Paw Trail! Here you will find stories and games to help you understand what engineers do.  Engineers work in many different places and often look to nature to find solutions to building problems from our animal brothers.

Before beginning there are a few things you should know.

The Bear Paw Trail is a broadband, multimedia feature. It is designed specifically for users with high speed access to the Internet. If you are using a dial-up modem, you will still be able to view the site, but it may download very slowly. Sections with video and audio components may be particularly slow for dial-up users. If you have to pay for long-distance service when accessing the Internet, you better check with whoever pays the phone bill before entering this part of the site!

In order to access the Bear Paw Trail you need two plug-ins - QuickTime (version 7+) and Flash Player (version 10+).

If you have any questions or comments regarding the Bear Paw Trail we'd love to hear from you.

Launch Bear Paw Trail.

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