Brown bears wait for sockeye salmon to jump at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Preserve.

Brooks Falls Photograph by Michael Melford Although brown bears are normally solitary creatures, they congregate at places like Brooks Falls in the summer to catch and eat spawning salmon. From the National Geographic book Hidden Alaska

Curious cubs on the lookout in Katmai National Park, Alaska.

Katmai National Park - Alaska

Brown bear cubs

take time to smell the flowers!

Coastal Brown Bears of Katmai National Park, #Alaska #MatadorN

3 bears ' meal

crouching polar bear, hidden dragon

Brown Bears on the Alagnak River, Katmai National Park, Alaska.

Photo: A grizzly bear with her cub in the snow

Polar Bears

Even bears get tired!! Sleeping with the fishes, lol!!...World Wildlife Fund ...Protects exotic animals world wide ...please join their org today :)

Katmai National Park, Alaska: King Salmon run.

Country Living ~Baby brown bear near Silver Salmon Creek Lodge (Alaska) photo by David Rasmus


Denali National Park, Alaska

Grizzly bear scratches a roadside sign in Sable Pass, Denali National Park, Alaska

Brooks Falls, Alaska. Been there. It was amazing to witness

Mama bear and three cubs...

On the top of the world x Aranka Janné