Most grizzly bears that catch a salmon will take it to shore or at least use a rock as a table to make it easier to eat. This grizzly sitting on the rock and eating the salmon almost in the water seemed to be hiding its catch. It was hiding its catch from one of its cubs. Above the bear to the right you can just see one of her cubs and the fact that she has two means she needs a meal on her own and does not share all her catches.
The morning sunrise turned into a beautiful day as we returned to the Lodge in time to watch fuel being pumped into our tanks. Diesel, gasoline and propane are delivered on a regular schedule. All groceries come in by plane or when staff returns from time off in town. There is no wasted room on the plane as it is the only way to get the fresh produce necessary for the camps famous meals and baking.Visit our Blog