BEAR VIEWING: KATMAI NATIONAL PARK, ALASKA, 12min., Canada, Documentary
Directed by Karen Lang
Katmai National Park and Preserve spans over 16,000 square kilometers and is an important habitat for salmon and a key feeding ground for bear. It is home to approximately 2000 grizzly or brown bear, which are known to be some of the largest in the world.
To see wildlife in their natural habitat, to experience their instincts and actions up close, is a most reverent and humbling experience. These bears were a wonder to watch.