Curiosity takes me in search of bears

Bear 152, Kananaskis, Alberta

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Peta Kaplan
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On my! I love seeing wildlife free and happy. The third shot of the “fuzzy” looking bear is quite amaxing. His fur is so unusual. I have never had the priviledge of seeing bears in the wild. I did see a few in a sanctuary enclosure in Luang Prabang, Laos. They had been rescued from certain death for a specific gland that supposedly is believed to have medicinal benefits… Heartbreaking.

Thanks for this terrific post!

Donna
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Certainly a beautiful animal to be respected! Wonderful photos, especially love the last one with the cubs, great sighting! I was in continuous bear-search mode while visiting the US National Parks this summer and didn’t see any. I was bummed! Just means we’ll have to revisit the ‘bear territories’ in the Parks. 🙂

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Denis
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Fantastic bears Debbie. You certainly have some different wildlife challenges than we do in Australia.

belindagroverphotography
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Interesting article and your photos are wonderful!

Alison
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You got some great shots! My favourite is the second last one.
I too have taken fuzzy pictures because I was in too much of a hurry to check my settings. I guess that happens to all of us.
Alison

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