Bear With Me – Looking for Grizzlies in the Wild: Alaska’s Volcanic West on the Looney Front, Part 2


If you want to see bears in the wild, you could do worse than take a little float plane from Homer across Alaska’s Cook Inlet to remote Katmai National Park.

Famed for its large number of magnificent craggy volcanoes and its equally magnificent animal inhabitants, the fearsome, massive grizzlies, it was here that Disney shot its 2014 Bears documentary.

Thus it is on this first day of June that six of us are being kitted out with rubber hip boots on the shore of Homer’s Beluga Lake, having forked out the enormous sum of $675 each for the eight-hour read more >>>

Source : HuffingtonPost.Com

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