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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Bears: April - Mid May + Reservations

Two bears

Seasonal Activity of Bears at Hallo Bay
April through Mid May

Post denning period. Localized bear movement may be observed in the proximity of the dens and on the snow covered upper slopes. Breeding season begins with large males exhibiting dominance antics. Bears can be observed feeding on certain roots and following the coastal tide line in search of sporadic food sources. Lower coastal general bear movement is erratic and at times, lethargic. Sedge grass and goose tongue grasses are not yet available. We do not recommend the time period from April to May 15 as a time to see bears on a regular basis in easy to access areas.

paw line 1

This is one reason why we do not open our Hallo Bay Camp until May 15, as we want to ensure you have a wonderful bear viewing experience with us. Take a look at what we offer + more!

Guaranteed Katmai/Lake Clark Half Day Bear Viewing Tour
(Price includes the bush plane air fare & Naturalist Guide)

Multi-Day/Night Eco-Tours from Homer, Alaska
To Hallo Bay Camp in Katmai National Park
Includes Private Cabin, Meals & Naturalist Guides.
Airfare not included.
- 2day/2night stay bear & nature trip
- 3day/3night stay bear & nature trip
- 4day/4night stay bear & nature trip
- 5day/5night stay bear & nature trip
- 7day/7night stay bear & nature trip

Special Tour
- 3day/3night Coastal Wilderness Trek
(Includes Naturalist Guide-Airfare not included in price)

More opportunities to enjoy your stay in Alaska
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