Archive for November, 2010

Grizzly Bear Sleeping

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 30, 2010 by grizzlybearblog

brown bear sow napping in Alaska's Katmai National ParkA sleepy grizzly bear female takes a nap with a full belly of salmon.


Grizzly Bear Bathing

Posted in Cheetah with tags , , , , , on November 29, 2010 by grizzlybearblog

grizzly sowPhotos of the grizzly bear named “Cheetah” taking one of her daily baths.  The photo below shows Cheetah blowing bubbles for the fun of it.

Alaskan grizzly bear sow Katmai National Park


grizzly bear sows

Grizzly Bear Yawning

Posted in Grizzlies being funny with tags , , , , on November 24, 2010 by grizzlybearblog

grizzly bear mouth in AlaskaA grizzly bear yawns after a long nap with a belly full of salmon.  You can notice the grizzly bear’s long tongue in this photo.  After scanning the water, she decides to take a bath instead of fishing for more salmon.grizzly bear viewing Homer Alaska

Grizzly Bear with Salmon

Posted in Grizzly Bears Fishing with tags , , , , on November 23, 2010 by grizzlybearblog

grizzly bear with salmon in AlaskaA salmon run in September provides grizzlies with much needed fat and protein in preparation for winter hibernation.

Cute Grizzly Bear Cubs Photo

Posted in Grizzly Bear Cubs with tags , , , , , on November 21, 2010 by grizzlybearblog

brown bear cubs in Homer AlaskaBrown bear cubs waiting for their grizzly bear mother while she fishes for salmon.

grizzly bear cub photo


Grizzly Bear Playing with Stick

Posted in Cheetah with tags , , , on November 19, 2010 by grizzlybearblog

brown bear swimming Katmai AlaskaThe grizzly bear named “Cheetah” floats on her back while playing with a long stick.  We observed her for over an hour twirling and juggling this stick with her hands and feet.

Grizzly Bear Taking a Drink

Posted in Alaska, Male grizzlies with tags , , , , on November 14, 2010 by grizzlybearblog

Grizzly Bear Katmai National ParkA large male grizzly bear takes a drink of water out of the many small streams flowing into the coastal sedge grass meadows.