An interesting photo of a grizzly bear taken in the spring. This is the estuary at the mouth of Knight Inlet’s Glendale River. In the spring we travel up the inlet for a little over an hour, looking for black bear, eagles, dolphins and whales along the way, to the river estuary. Upon arriving we transfer to a large shallow draft flat-bottom skiff used for viewing along the shore and up the river. The protein rich sedge grass growing in the area attracts the bears and offers great viewing opportunities. This is large bear walking through a patch of grass. Large because the sedge grass is normally better than a meter (three feet) tall.