Bear!
Wildlife Adventures
The icon of the Arctic yields memorable
adventure photos along the freezing
shores of Canada's Hudson Bay.
Polar Bear,
ice bear,
great white
bear - all apt
names for an
unforgettable
symbol of
the Arctic
realm and
the wild
lands they
inhabit.
POLAR BEARS attract us to the Arctic, but must be regarded as the most dangerous of all American animals:
with Paul Konrad
The intensity and power of Polar Bears can be overshadowed by a perceived cuteness
or beauty, that masks the natural intent that the great white bears are all business -
always looking for the next food source - maybe you!
Before the sea ice forms on Hudson Bay,
Polar Bears prowl the shoreline with the hope
of finding a meal before the sea ice provides
access to their primary prey, Arctic seals.




Rare social encounters provide insights into
the behavior of these solitary predators.
Ultimate Arctic Predators
Time spent among wild Polar Bears will stand
out as a remarkable life experience for anyone!
Half a ton of fury, a charging
Polar Bear with its ears back
and eyes fixed on target is a
terrible white nightmare!
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Where the tundra meets the taiga and
Hudson Bay in Arctic Canada, Polar Bears
gather each fall to await freeze-up and
the beginning of the winter feeding
season on the expansive Arctic sea ice.
Black
Bearz!
Pronghorns
White-tail Buck
Pronghorns
Griz!
American  Bears
the colors, shapes, & sizes of beardom
BEARS - from black to brown to silver and white -
are interesting, exciting, potentially dangerous
animals that attract our interest and hold our
attention, each time we encounter one!
BEARS! - from above to the right, down, and
back this way -  a napping Grizzly awakes in
the northern Rocky Mountains, a brown-morph
Black Bear and a Black Bear cub encountered
in the Wyoming Rockies, a silver Griz eating
berries in the tundra of central Alaska, a big
Wisconsin northwoods Black Bear, and a
grande Polar Bear in Arctic Canada.
Polar Bears, like all animals, cannot be measured by human standards, but by
the way they fit into their natural realm, for in nature they are dramatically well
designed to survive at the top of the life cycle of a frozen Arctic oceanic realm.