A Great Trip Needs An Extraordinary Destination ...Hallo Bay? ABSOLUTELY

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Lynx ©JZegalia

gray paw Field Notes: by Clint

This picture was taken a few days ago of a very large lynx near Hallo Bay Camp (see radio ant in background) which, by its nature is a very reclusive and solitary animal. This particular male lynx has allowed itself to be knowingly observed at a distance by visitors guided by the formidable and strict naturalist Hallo Bay Camp guides. An example which is truly a compliment to the of conduct of my guides who hold the natural wildness of Katmai dear.

Hallo Bay Bear Camp: Lynx
Justin Zegalia © Hallo Bay Bear Camp

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