There are several places in the United States and Canada where you can go to photograph brown bears fishing for salmon.
As accessibility varies greatly, prices to go there vary enormously!
Some far-away locations require a floatplane ride while others require nothing more than a drive in your car.
Hyder, Alaska is the latter: located the closest to the Lower 48, it takes a two-day drive to reach from Seattle, WA.
This past summer, I volunteered at the National Forest Service bear viewing platform and wrote an article about my experiences, which was recently published by Destination:Wildlife.
Get ready for entering the creek in between the bears, getting hit by 'torpedo chum' and the ever-returning phenomenon of 'sucker holes.'
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