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Alaska Peninsula Brown Bear Encounter - 4K

After more than 15 days of hunting the giant coastal bears of Alaska Jason Price and Bob Summers find themselves face to face with a very curious brown bear! Hope you enjoy this EXPERIENCE!

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Grizzly Bear Hunting Prey National Geographic Documentary

Grizzly bear hunting prey national geographic documentary. Grizzly bear hunting prey documentary of nat geo wild. Grizzly bear hunting prey documentary of nature and wildlife. The grizzly bear (Ursus arctos ssp.), grizzly bear also known as the North American brown bear, is a large population of the brown bear inhabiting North America from California to the Great Plains, and from Mexico all the way up into Alaska. In North America there are two subspecies of brown bear (Ursus arctos): the Kodiak bear, which occurs only on the islands of the Kodiak Archipelago, and the grizzly bear, which occurs everywhere else. Brown bears also occur in Russia, Europe, Scandinavia, and Asia. Grizzly bear are graceful and powerful closely related to polar bear, Asian black bear, giant panda, sloth bear, sun bear, and cave bear.
Although grizzlies are of the order Carnivora and have the digestive system of carnivores, they are normally omnivores: their diets consist of both plants and animals. They have been known to prey on large mammals, when available, such as moose, elk, caribou, white-tailed deer, mule deer, bighorn sheep, rodents, bison, and even black bears; though they are more likely to take calves and injured individuals rather than healthy adults. Grizzly bears feed on fish such as salmon, trout, and bass, and those with access to a more protein-enriched diet in coastal areas potentially grow larger than inland individuals. Grizzly bears also readily scavenge food or carrion left behind by other wild animals.
Grizzly bears will also eat birds and their eggs, and gather in large numbers at fishing sites to feed on spawning salmon. Grizzly bears are strong, top-of-the-food-chain predators, yet much of their diet consists of nuts, berries, fruit, leaves, forbs, grasses and fleshy roots. They frequently prey on baby deer left in the grass, and occasionally they raid the nests of raptors such as bald eagles. . Grizzly bears can also target domestic animals like cattle and sheep and cause economically important losses for some ranchers. The National Wildlife Federation has a program on National Forest lands surrounding Yellowstone Park to prevent attacks on domestic livestock by purchasing the grazing allotments from ranchers. The grizzly bear has a bad reputation among humans and animals alike, as the grizzly bear is known to be aggressive and very territorial. Due to the grizzly bear's size, there are no known North American mammals that would naturally prey on the grizzly bear, making the grizzly bear an extremely dominant predator.

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Majestic Bears of Alaska & British Columbia | Free Documentary Nature

Our film journey begins in Alaska's west. We are hoping to find glacier bears in the glacial regions of the Katmai National Park on the Douglas River. At the end of July, brown bears have now arrived to fish for salmon. In the surrounding forests, grizzlies look for berries and fresh, green twigs. The Katmai is Alaska's most volcanic area, and with 15 active volcanoes it is a veritable powder keg, surrounded by glaciers. In the Hook glacier region moose and lynx accompany us. Bald eagles have arrived at the glacial boundary and begin to tear apart their freshly caught prey. At last, we catch sight of a glacier bear. Hungry, he has left the ice region and has been forced down here in search of food, which he satisfies extensively with fresh shoots and berries.
Continuing our film trip, we head for Prince Royal Island in British Columbia. En route, we meet with black bears on their way with their young to fish for salmon. The mother bears have to remain alert to protect their young, as we have spotted some New World porcupines too.
Then, out of the blue, directly in front of us: the Kermode, or spirit bear. He shows no signs of timidity and is only interested in one thing: salmon. Then, a further Kermode appears, enjoying his cranberry dessert, allowing us to approach him, almost too close for comfort. But a black bear arrives on the scene and claims the cranberry bush for itself. After a brief confrontation, the Kermode opts to leave, preferring to focus on salmon fishing. Fascinating footage of this rare species of animal.

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Interesting Brown Bear Facts – Documentary Video for e-Learning and Education

Brown bears are some of the largest and most widespread land predators on Earth. But despite this fact not many people know enough about these animals.

Modern bear population is labeled by zoologists as “of least concern” but it should be pointed out that humans tend to encroach on bear territory more and more, thus causing common encounters. Such encounters can which hurt both humans and brown bears.

In this should video documentary for kids we tried to gather a list of educational facts that will make the process of e-learning more engaging and effective.
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Difference Between Grizzly, Brown, and Kodiak Bears

A video describing the differences between the subspecies of Alaskan brown bears. To order the book “How to Photograph Bears- the Beauty of the Beast,” please visit-

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Kermode: The salmon fishing spirit bear

Our film journey begins in Alaska's west. We are hoping to find glacier bears in the glacial regions of the Katmai National Park on the Douglas River. At the end of July, brown bears have now arrived to fish for salmon. In the surrounding forests, grizzlies look for berries and fresh, green twigs. The Katmai is Alaska's most volcanic area, and with 15 active volcanoes it is a veritable powder keg, surrounded by glaciers. In the Hook glacier region moose and lynx accompany us. Bald eagles have arrived at the glacial boundary and begin to tear apart their freshly caught prey. At last, we catch sight of a glacier bear. Hungry, he has left the ice region and has been forced down here in search of food, which he satisfies extensively with fresh shoots and berries.
Continuing our film trip, we head for Prince Royal Island in British Columbia. En route, we meet with black bears on their way with their young to fish for salmon. The mother bears have to remain alert to protect their young, as we have spotted some New World porcupines too.
Then, out of the blue, directly in front of us: the Kermode, or spirit bear. He shows no signs of timidity and is only interested in one thing: salmon. Then, a further Kermode appears, enjoying his cranberry dessert, allowing us to approach him, almost too close for comfort. But a black bear arrives on the scene and claims the cranberry bush for itself. After a brief confrontation, the Kermode opts to leave, preferring to focus on salmon fishing. Fascinating footage of this rare species of animal.

The Dangers of Bears in Alaska | The Last Alaskans

Heimo and Edna Korth share their winter wilderness tactics. They recount a terrifying encounter with a winter grizzly bear who killed one of their dearest companions.

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Big Black Bear Climbs Tree In Fear

Protective Mama Bear With 1 Cub Chases a Large Male Black Bear Really Really High up a Spindly Tree. If You Thought Climbing a Tree Was a Safe Plan to Escape a Bear Attack, Think Again Lol ????

Bad Attitude Kodiak Bear

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Kodiak Brown Bear Vs Bigfoot Who Would Win?

Chuke discusses who would win in a fight: A Kodiak Brown Bear, or the legendary Sasquatch.
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When This Missing Hiker Was Found 7 Days Later, She Revealed The Terrifying Ordeal She’d Endured

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Dangling high above the treeline of the Great Bear Wilderness, Madeline Connelly shook with exhaustion and relief as she was winched into the waiting helicopter. Almost 300,000 acres of mountainous forest stretched out below her. Somehow, with no food or water or phone, alone except for her Jack Russell terrier, she’d survived.

Just one week earlier, the 23-year-old had been blissfully unaware of the ordeal awaiting her. Born and raised with three sisters just outside Chicago in the village of River Forest, Illinois, Madeline is a lover of the outdoors.

In fact, when the proposed North Dakota Access Pipeline threatened the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in 2016, Madeline braved freezing temperatures to join the protest. At college in Arizona, meanwhile, she’d thrown herself into a three-week backpacking challenge, even exploring solo. Also no stranger to the state parks of Illinois, she’d happily camp out for days at a time.

Now, she was off to a new life working at a bakery in Alaska. On her way, though, she made a quick detour to go and see her uncle Marty in Montana. One sunny Thursday afternoon, then, she popped out to walk her dog Mogi along one of the local mountainous trails. However, she didn’t return, and when Marty and his friends found her Subaru Outback, it was empty.

One phone call and two plane flights later, then, and Madeline’s parents were in Montana, joining a search effort that would only grow in scope as the hunt for their daughter continued. “My gut feeling was that something’s not right,” her father John told the press. “It was just brutal because we knew she was out there in the wilderness.”

Other friends and family members also soon flocked to Montana, all faced with the task of combing more than 300 miles of winding trails in the Great Bear Wilderness. By the Saturday, in fact, 40 to 50 walkers and multiple helicopters were engaged in a full-scale search. What’s more, by the Monday the missing girl was national news.

However, the truth was that it didn’t look good for Madeline. Ranger Rob Davies, who co-ordinated the Forest Service’s efforts, admitted that “after six or seven days… knowing she didn’t have food or shelter in 32 °F temperatures, and some snow where she was, made survival very unlikely.”

Moreover, it wasn’t just the weather and the unfamiliar terrain that posed a threat to the missing girl’s survival. Indeed, the aptly named Great Bear Wilderness has one of the densest grizzly bear populations in the U.S. So, when search parties found bear tracks jumbled up with human boot prints, they feared the worst.

Nonetheless, Madeline’s family remained hopeful throughout the ordeal, holding vigils at the local St. Luke Catholic Church. They also reminded one another of Madeline’s survival skills, sang her childhood songs and remembered her smile, her thoughtfulness, her easy laughter.

Six days after Madeline had gone missing, however, hope was beginning to run low. Then the incredible happened. A search team exploring the steep, rugged terrain looked up to see a woman staring down at them from a rocky overcrop. “Are you looking for me?” she asked, breathless and with a woolly hat perched on her head. “The whole world’s looking for you!” they cried.


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Hunting Moose, Caribou, Grizzly and Black Bear Combo in Alaska

After settling in camp, Ian Harford and Steve Wild are eager for an epic adventure - hunting moose, caribou, grizzly and black bear Combo in Alaska.

Welcome to Hunting in Alaska - Episode Four.

On the previous episode Ian and Steve travelled several thousand miles for some extreme hunting in Alaska. (Click here to watch now -

Now set up in what will be their home for the next two weeks deep within the epic Alaskan wilderness surrounded by incredible scenery, , Ian and Steve can't wait to being their epic hunt.

However, they soon realise that in Alaska and things don’t always go to plan. The weather patterns are dramatic and unpredictable, Ian and Steve must wait out the persistent rain and fog before beginning their journey into the wilderness.

Whilst this can be more than a little frustrating, Ian and Steve pass the time by telling hunting stories of their previous adventures in between the odd breaks in the weather where they’re able to catch a glimpse of a number of moose bulls far in the distance.

As day three begins the weather had changed for the better. The team decides this would be the ideal time to glass the surrounding area and as luck would have it, the moose are within sight.

They select a route and head off up the mountains for what’s sure to be an incredible outing on the first real day of the hunt.

Next time on Hunting in Alaska, Ian and Steve are hunting giant bull moose and grizzly bear in Alaska.

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Elk Hunting in Grizzly Bear Country with Randy Newberg

Randy Newberg lives in grizzly bear country. He has come to learn ways to comfortably hunt in grizzly country. This video is to help you get more comfortable hunting in grizzly country, given some of the best elk hunting in the west is also core grizzly habitat.

Though there are no guarantees that you won't encounter a grizzly bear, there are many steps that can be taken that will lower the likelihood of an encounter. Many bear problems are a function of how hunters handle their food, sanity of their camps, and avoiding areas bears are likely to occupy at that time of year or that time of day.

Storing and hanging your harvested elk is always a concern for hunters. Simple steps can lessen the likelihood that a bear will claim your hard-earned meat.

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McNeil River Alaska Peninsula Brown Bear Hunting

Check of some of the local bears of McNeil River on the Alaska Penninsula

TOTAL BAN - The B.C. Grizzly Bear Hunt is Over!

EXPOSED is thrilled to announce that the government of British Columbia has enacted a total ban on grizzly bear hunting! Happy holidays everyone!
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Alaska Black Bear Double | (Amazon Episode)

Randy Newberg is back to his favorite Black Bear hunting locations; Southeast Alaska. With him is long time friend and hunting partner, Mike Spitzer, and seasoned field producer, Marcus Hockett. This is Mike's first black bear hunt in Alaska and hopefully one to remember.

Two big bruins. Two happy hunters. Double the fun for half the effort. The islands of Tongass National Forest provide some of the best hunting on the planet, all accessible to the adventurous hunter.

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Kodiak brown bears hunting and playing at a wildlife refuge in Alaska

The classic image of brown bears catching salmon in freshwater streams may become less common because of climate change, a new study suggests.

But it’s not down to a shortage of salmon. Instead, for the Kodiak brown bears of Alaska, it’s the increasingly early ripening of red elderberries that’s tempting them out of the water.

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BROWN BEAR CAMP TOUR - Kodiak DIY Bear Hunt (Part 9 of 10)

Day 9 is where we are exhausted. After an overnight back from u high and through a marsh with a return of 8am that morning we relax all day and decided to give you a quick tour of our setup.

The largest bear in North America is the Kodiak Brown bear. As an Alaskan resident, Calvin was fortunate enough to draw a Spring Kodiak Brown Bear tag and go unguided for the ultimate DIY experience. Lots of planning and logistics occur you make this hunt possible from flying to into Kodiak Island to getting to your hunting unit with all your gear. And if that isn’t tough enough, hunting success in this area is no guarantee with an annual success rate around 40%. The thick brush proves to be challenging but Calvin is determined.

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Planning for a Kodiak Brown Bear Hunt

In this video I share some lessons learned while planning my Kodiak Bear Hunt.

NATURE | The Good, The Bad, and the Grizzly | Prey | PBS

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The tiny army cutworm moth is a vital source of the mighty grizzly bear's diet.

The Good, The Bad, and the Grizzly aired Sunday, September 13, 2009 at 8 p.m. on PBS (check local listings.)

Once on the edge of extinction, the grizzly bears of Yellowstone National Park appear to be thriving. Should they now be removed from the protection of the Endangered Species Act? The Good, The Bad, and the Grizzly explores this complex dilemma, asking: how do we balance the needs of an expanding human population with the goal of preserving our wildlife as nature intended? Actor Chris Cooper narrates the film.

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