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Best Bear Sighting 7/7

  Best Bear Sighting of the Week! One of our favorite #BearCam regulars, and one of Katmai National Park & Preserve‘s oldest known bears, Otis is back! Watch him only at explore.org/bears!

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Brown Bear Story: CamOp Kat

“It was July 25, 2013… my first season volunteering on the bear cams. I had been on the Service Dog Project cameras for four months and now here I was at Katmai where I had already fallen in love with Beadnose and her cubs. This morning though, Brooke and her three spring cubs were walking

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Brown Bear Story: Larinor

“Another favorite memory is the sweet scene in 2015 of Bear 402 nursing her quadruplets. She had a look of complete contentment and peace on her face at that moment, which contrasted sharply with her frantic fishing at the Falls only minutes before. I was relieved that she was able to lie back and relax

Brown Bear Story: CarolineB

“Due to the time difference, last year I was always able to watch the dawn on camera while I ate my lunch.Usually, there was a lone bear pottering about in the mist and water, fishing with no interruptions, without a care in the world. I believe it was 503, getting himself some breakfast before facing

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Brown Bear Story: Naomi Boak

“This was from 2 years ago, but I can stare at this picture of 273 and her cub forever. It speaks to me of the bond between mother and child in the vast expanse of a beautiful world.” –Naomi Boak  

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