AWCC’s resident bears are featured in the popular TRAVEL ALASKA BLOG – BEARS OF ALASKA!

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This fun and informative article breaks down bear viewing by region.


Polar bears, brown bears and black bears, oh my! With three types of the impressive (but not cuddly) mammals living across Alaska, that’s nearly 140,000 bears roaming the state. While any visitor could certainly spend a vacation without seeing one, the chances are high you’ll spot one if that’s your intent, especially if you book a bear viewing tour.

Seeing a bear up close in a guided and safe scenario can be one of the most thrilling moments of your Alaska vacation…

Read about the bears of AWCC in the Southcentral section of the article

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