These two first-year grizzly bear cubs spotted on a morning tour try to stay as dry as possible as they wait for mother to catch them another salmon. It is September 6th and the mother is still quite thin as she has to feed her cubs plus put on enough bulk to survive hibernation. Fortunately she has two months to achieve that goal.
Peder, Ann and family arrived at Grizzly Bear Lodge in July for three nights. This meant a day with the grizzly bears, a day whale watching and the third day with Trapper Rick on a unique wild river, the Kakweikan. All the photos for the next twenty days of blogging were provided by David. The blog content is my creation and will hopefully tell the story of a good time had by all. First is how do they provide a photo of a plane landing on the day they arrived if they were on the plane. Obviously they were not on this plane because we frequently have two planes arriving minutes apart. The planes leave from Campbell River for the forty-five minute flight to Grizzly Bear Lodge.Visit our Blog