The first trip of the season and what a trip! Angus looked after us so well during the days and always found the best places to view the wildlife; Cathy tried her hardest to make us gain weight- many thanks- while John and Clint kept everything ticking all over really well. Many Many thanks for looking after us! Bye Bye Emily J
Jill & Eric, Worcester UK
In the spring an important part of a grizzly bear’s diet is high protein sedge grass. This grass grows in the estuary of the Glendale River that is flooded with salt water at high tide. After the hour or so boat ride from Grizzly Bear Lodge to the river estuary we change boats for a large skiff which allows us to travel up the rive through the acres of sedge grass and obtain some close up photo of the bears grazing. This grizzly is letting us know that we may be with in its comfort zone and it is time to drift down river and give it room. Grizzly bears eat the grass in spring and early summer but once it goes to seed they move on to other food sources like salmon.
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