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      John Havey - Hallo Bay Bear Guide

      We would like you to meet John Havey, one of our Hallo Bay Guides: who graduated from Northern Arizona University, 1978, B.S. Philosophy. Beginning 1980, he worked with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, Habitat Enhancement. Camped out on remote sites, developing and maintaing water sources for desert bighorn, elk, buffalo, deer, antelope, turkey and sundry small game. Fished Kodiak for 4...

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      Legends of Hallo Bay: Alph

      Alph is the alpha male who dominates the Hallo Bay Wilderness. We estimate Alph's age to be around 20 years old, putting him in the latter stages of his prime. This magnificent bear is respected by all who share his home range, which is illustrated as other bears evacuate the area when his presence is detected. Alph's relaxed demeanor and deliberate actions portray a supreme confidence and wisdom...

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      Friday Update: more...

      Plane made it out to Camp with Morty (our cook) and the parts for the main VOI satellite system. Debra is one good pilot! The women pilots of Smokey Bay Air, headed up by chief pilot Debra Mosley, have out performed all the other air services in Homer who ever worked for us. Thank You Debra and Smokey Bay Air for your highly professional manner: http://www.smokeybayair.com/

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      Low Bush Cranberries

      Almost all the critters of Hallo Bay eat these berries - which are very important to their health:

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      Gotcha!

      This is a great action photo of a Hallo Bay bear fishing:

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      Hallo Bay Yak Mt...

      This is one of our landmarks at Hallo Bay: Yak Mt. as seen in autumn. This whole area is filled...

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      Pumice Rock...

      The geology of Hallo Bay is extremely interesting & virtually untouched by humans:

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      Pumice Stones on beach...

      More pumice stones on Hallo Bay beach, from nearby volcano:

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      Fox at Hallo Bay Beach

      This red fox has dug up a clam from Hallo Bay beach and is carrying its prize to a safer...

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