A grizzly pauses while fishing just below the viewing platform. It could be for a number of reasons but in the case of this grizzly it was likely to check on the location of her cubs. She in the mother of triplets and has spent most of the summer in our viewing area which is the Glendale River basin of Knights Inlet. The triplets stay pretty close to each other and are always within mother’s call range. This call is a grunt or growl that is used as a means of communicating with her young and they are quick to respond.