Saturday, January 12, 2008

Brooks Falls, Alaska

I did warn you that I would have to pull out more Brooks Falls, Alaska grizzly bear photographs. Brooks Camp is located in the heart of Katmai National Park, Alaska. Long famous for its world-class fishing, spectacular volcanic and geologic features and beautiful countryside, Brooks Camp is now widely known for its remarkable bear viewing. Each July, during the height of the salmon run upriver, and again in September when the “spawned-out” salmon return downriver, dozens of brown bears (grizzly bears) congregate in the Brooks River, its surrounding forests and meadows, and along the shores of Brooks Lake and Naknek Lake to feast on the salmon. Brooks Camp is one of the finest places in the world to view wild brown bears. Unfortunately when we were there we did not have time to visit the volcanic activity area.

2 comments:

Brian Bastinelli said...

Ahhhwww Mannnnnn, more bears, are you kiding....



Ha! Just joshin... I really like these shots.

I have to keep showing them to my board of directors so I can get trip approval....lol

Bradley Myers said...

Brian another bear shot today and I have a couple planned for next week also. Keep the director looking and bugging her, it worked for me.