McNeil River, Alaska

 

The McNeil River Bear Sanctuary in Alaska is simply one of the most amazing places on earth and protects the largest gathering of brown bears in the world.  It is a pristine wilderness area where only 10 people are allowed each day. The bears gather at McNeil waiting for the salmon to return to the rivers. While waiting, they feed on clams and protein-rich sedge grass. If you look at his paws, you can see that this bear had just been out digging for clams. Bears also spend a fair amount of time simply lounging and waiting. A comfortable piece of driftwood high on the sandy spit turned out to be a great napping spot for this beautiful sub-adult brown bear.

 

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Coastal Drifter

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