This is from the episode 'How We’re Learning To Talk To Animals' of the podcast Stuffyoushouldknow :
Apparently orcas can understand what bottlenose dolphins are saying to one another. Again, bottlenose dolphin is not trying to communicate with the orca. The orca is just eavesdropping. And if it hears like, "Oh, there's some really great salmon over here." Steered clear, the orca will be like, "I'm going straight to it cuz I love Chinook salmon."
I know it's informal English in casual conversation but if "Steered clear," is a participle phrase here, isn't '(Being) Steering clear' grammatically correct?