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
Grizzly cub staying close
First year grizzly bear cubs tend to stay close to their mother in most situations but this time it became an issue. We are in the viewing platform on Knight Inlet’s Glendale River, which we use after August 24th to watch grizzlies. This side of the platform overlooks the entrance to the spawning channel where salmon gather and wait before entering the spawning area. It is also one of the best areas to pick up salmon that have been killed or injured by other grizzlies. Because of all of this cubs often get in the way when mother is trying to fish and are sent to shore sometimes by a growl and others with a slap. This one got the growl and waited on the bank for a salmon to be delivered.
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