KATMAI NATIONAL PARK, Alaska (WFLA) — Join the wildlife adventure in Alaska by scouting for bears and enjoying the majestic waters.
You can see Alaskan bears, Katmai bears and brown bears living in their natural habitat any time you want. The bears can often be seen looking for food, sleeping, lounging, swimming and more.
One camera even shows the epic journey salmon take in Alaska to spawn in the park, and then eventually meet their demise at the paw of a bear.
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Explore.org visitors have the ability to collect their favorite photo and video moments from #bearcam by using thier Snapshots feature. This feature connects images to the original video source, allowing users to dive deeper into the experience.
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