John's June 11th Bear Viewing
Hallo Bay Camp reported a moderate number of bears yesterday. Took group two-thirds of the way to Big River in early afternoon. Showed them several "bear craters" in sand, close to shady alder patches against the cliffs. In the evening, we went to upper entrance of "cutoff" trail at meadow. One female blonde/brown bear fed within 40 yards. Whenever one of us moved we were threatened with...
Polar Bear Added to Endangered Species List
The government just made a bold move, meant to protect one of Earth's most amazing animals. Read the details in this Los Angeles Times story, then share your thoughts -- was this the right move?
Polar bear added to endangered species list...
Big Black Bear In Yard!
Really BIG black bear just came into the yard, here in Homer - which is pretty common for where we live, but this one was really big. Tried to get into our bear-proof garbage cans without any luck, chased off the cranes, grazed on a little of the green grass, and is now headed for town.
William Hawkins: BFF: Bear Friend Family!
We hope you will enjoy these fine art paintings by William Hawkins, our BFF: Bear Friend Family!
"Gentle Ben's Brother"
"Gentle Ben's Sister and Cub"
Find him here: > http://www.williamhawkins.blogspot.com> http://stores.shop.ebay.com/FINE-ART-by-WILLIAM-HAWKINS__W0QQ_armrsZ1
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Bear: Afternoon Swim
This is a great photo of a grizzly bear that's been swimming underwater, looking for fish!...
John's Camp Diary: July 2009
In the meadow yesterday we observed a juvenille bear digging for clams on the tidal flats. Beside him at approximately 50 feet was a fox digging for clams as well. They worked at this for quite awhile being very successful and consuming many clams. After some time, the bear and fox were getting closer and closer until they were only feet apart. The fox then started to inch closer to the bear...
Oops! Bear Cub
This adorable bear cub seems to be learning about balance, or gravity... Oops! by ©CAndersonTX
Our Polar Bear Tour in Churchill...
Hi Everybody! On this Thanksgiving Eve we thought it would be nice to post some photos of our Polar Bear Tour. Simyra hosted a fun group and we were very lucky to have a full tour booked. Everybody had a great time, and we hope you will enjoy the following photos, starting with: Vast Churchill Tundra
This grizzly bear has a bigtime itch & is scratching against an ol' tree trunk washed up on shore...