On the other side of the stands grizzly bears travel up and down the river and often stop to fish. It is also their approach around the end of the finger into the holding pool. In this case a mother with this years cubs spends some time fishing, teaching and feeding in the natural river.
Our lodge is located between Vancouver Island and mainland BC on Knight Inlet a forty five-minute plane ride from Campbell River. The grizzly bears are normally viewed “up” the inlet from the lodge on the Glendale River. In the fall the bears are feeding on the salmon in the river as the photo shows even a grizzly seems to pause in the meal to enjoy a flower.
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