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Grizzly Bear Tours BC, Knight Inlet | Grizzly Bear Lodge

Welcome to Sailcone’s Grizzly Bear Lodge! We offer grizzly bear watching and wildlife adventure tours in the southern reaches of Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest.

Grizzly bear familyEnjoy intimate, personal viewing opportunities with our privileged access to prime viewing areas. Explore the pristine natural world of British Columbia’s coastal grizzly bear as well as humpback whales, Orca and a huge variety of wildlife. The scenery is as spectacular as the wildlife.

Allow us to share the natural beauty of British Columbia’s remote wilderness with you from our small, boutique style lodge. We are a family run business with long ties to the area providing experienced and respectful wildlife viewing, delicious west coast dining and comfortable waterfront lodging.

Knight Inlet, British Columbia

We are located in an ideal location to view both Grizzly and Black Bears along the coastline, in the shallow river estuaries and upriver when the salmon are returning. Our location also gives us access to world class whale watching in Johnstone Strait with frequent sightings of Humpback Whales, Orca, Dolphins and a huge variety of birds. Come immerse yourself in nature and true wilderness with us.


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Bald Eagles

Bald Eagles are frequently sighted in our area. At times they can be seen in large numbers. This is usually where food supplies are high. For example this could be in areas with high concentrations of baitfish or along the rivers in the fall when the salmon are spawning. They are not migratory, but do move around with the food supply. As mentioned earlier when the salmon are spawning we often see many along the rivers, while there will be fewer along the coastline. With little need for camouflage their white head and tail feathers can be spotted easily. The female is slightly larger and her white head extends down a bit farther onto the body, but it is subtle. It takes these birds 4.5 – 5 years to acquire this unique plumage. As juveniles they are a brown colour. With exceptional eyesight and the ability to view 270 degrees they are understandably often seen in high perches and in trees near points and passageways.

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