Brad and Alex had some company yesterday around 10:30 am at lowtide. Seems there were 2 bears out clamming along the tidal flats, and another bear decided to check out camp and see what the guys were up to. Bears can be curious, and with all the new activity of setting up camp for the overnight guests (begininng June 1) they sometimes like to peek toward the main camp area and then go about their business. We truly believe in keeping our interaction with them to an absolute minimum.
Right now we offer day bear viewing trips (daily). We will not fly in bad weather! It is important that you have a professional naturalist guide with you when you enter the wilderness.
We invite you to make your reservations with us today for a "basecamp to adventure" lifetime of memories.
INFORMATION: via Friends of Katmai National Park and Preserve
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