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map of wildlife tours coast British ColumbiaToll Free Telephone: 1-877-764-4286
Local Telephone: 1-250-334-8858
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Email: grizzlybear@shaw.ca

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Grizzly Bear Lodge and Safari
Knight Inlet
Johnstone Strait
British Columbia Coast
BC, Canada

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Grizzly Bear Lodge and Safari
2328 Suffolk Crescent
Courtenay, BC, Canada V9N 3Z4

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Grizzly Bear viewing close up

grizzly grazing
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The red coat in the corner of the picture is intentional to show how close the grizzly bear viewing can become. The grizzly bear tours travel up Knight Inlet to the Glendale River where we tie to a float and transfer to a sixteen-foot aluminum skiff to view the bears along the shore and in the river estuary. The loaded skill only draws about eight inches of water and when the depth is about two feet your guide, in waders, enters the water to move the boat along the shore or up the river. At times I have had guests ask me to move back a little, as they did not want to change their lens again. The grizzlies are normally so intent with eating the sedge grass that they do not acknowledge our presence and only look up to swallow before they return to grazing. The photo date in August 18th so we are viewing in the estuary and with the bears waiting for the salmon to arrive. NOTE enlarge the photo

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