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Monday, May 01, 2006

Brown Bears in Alaska

I remember the first brown bear that I saw when I was a kid. We were staying in a lodge in Katmai National Park in Alaska. In the distance was a river, and in that river was a large brown furry bear. We thought that we were seeing the whole bear, but when we walked closer to the river we discovered that all that we were seeing was the bear's head. The rest of the bear was submerged beneath the water. Wow, what a huge creature!

The photograph of the bear on the left was taken by my father at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, which is a favorite place for wildlife photographers from around the world to photograph brown bears catching salmon.


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Great Alaska.

10:06 AM

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Blogger Anne-Marie said...

Wow, those are killer claws. Beautiful photos- thanks for sharing.

Paul, I put an update on the eagle cam under the comment section of your last post. Sad news, I'm afraid.


2:39 PM

Blogger David Kleinert said...

they are such a majestic amimal & would love to see one in the wild! cheers ;)

7:41 PM

Blogger VallyP said...

What a noble creature - but also funny, Paul. They must have a sense of humour to go fishing the way they do. they're sooo big and look so incongruous messing about in the water.

Wonderful photos, Paul. I love your site.

11:14 PM


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