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Yellowstone 2014

 

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Early morning in great light, Yellowstone NP. Still frost in the coat so one can imagine that he is newly awake. Now lurking around for food. Another Grizzly/Brown bear from Yellowstone. Yes, the

We spent two weeks in Jackson, Wyoming in September 2015 and on one morning drive we hit a gold mine. The berries were growing thick along a road and after we parked, got out and walked we ended up s

I will certainly show you a couple of bear-pictures as a start, forum newbie and all :-) These pictures are taken in Finland, close to the russian border, where these beauties inhabits the woods :-)

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Mt Rainer NP 2015

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Churchill Manitoba 2015

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Grand Teton NP 2015

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Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, NC  2018

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A Coastal Brown Bear chases gulls in the Katmai NP, Alaska.

I'm just back from a week on a small boat in the Katmai NP which I will write up for a trip report. In the meantime this young bear had just caught a salmon and was now chasing off gulls - I think mainly for fun as the fish was long eaten.

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BieneMaja

Alaska, July 2019

 

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Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic, July 2019

 

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Rick Cope

Coastal Browns.Katmi Island , Alaska

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A hour 20 minute flight from Homer. Hiked about 5 miles over 5 + hours. Saw 30+ bears. GREAT TRIP. Some as close as 12 steps away

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