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Young Grizzly

By Hazelmouse  
We found a Grizzly with two cubs - this is the smallest (and most photogenic) of this pair. We watched them as the light failed and they moved up the inlet away from us. At one point the adult female rolled on her back in the long grass.

The next morning we saw these three again - on the other side of the inlet so were able to get more pictures of the family. I will upload those next.

Many thanks for the C & C's on the others.

Tags: Canada Wildlife and nature Ursus arctos horribilis Grizzly bear cub

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jaktis 14 84 Sweden
21 Oct 2012 6:47AM
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tonyguitar 6 62 37 Canada
30 Oct 2012 10:58PM
There is something unusual about these bears. The black parts are not a 'normal' occurance. I once saw a bi-coloured bear and he was a very dangerous animal. Kind of a rogue. Showed very aggressive mean behaviour and had colouring similar to a German shepherd. These could be cropped a little, but certainly a beauty of a bear image. TG
Hazelmouse 11 376 United Kingdom
1 Nov 2012 1:22PM
Perhaps I should explain that the bears look black becuase they have just emerged from the water. The lighter face fur is because they are cubs. I have cropped it already as was taken with a 300mm lens from a zodiac that wasn't that close (needed to give the family some space).
6 Dec 2012 10:41PM
Another brilliant shot..Lin
pks 14 2 England
25 Dec 2012 9:50PM
great shot


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