Thanks to Phil for this great photo of a Grizzly Bear shaking off in the river.
Two of British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest best fishers, a grizzly bear and a bald eagle. This photo was taken in the mouth of Knight Inlet’s Glendale River an estuary, which becomes filled with salmon after mid-August. Once the salmon have arrived the eagles that are normally found along the shore of the Inlet move to the river mouths, as fishing becomes much easier. Eagles are an opportunist feeder and the remains of salmon left by the grizzly bear provide the ideal opportunity for an eagle.Visit our Blog