Best Alaska Bear Photography Trip Ever

Wild America Nature Photography Meetup
Wild America Nature Photography Meetup
Public group


Join us on an Alaska Bear photo tour or photo workshop.

This is the ultimate Bear Photography trip. We will fly to numerous locations that have the highest bear density in the world.

We will visit sites where the grizzly bears are most active within Katmai and or Lake Clark National Park. This allows us to cover different areas, find the action, and change the backgrounds as needed. This is an incredible opportunity for an adventure that few people will ever experience.

The main goal of this trip is to photograph grizzly bears. We will be photographing numerous bears and beautiful landscapes. We will spend several hours with them in different habitats. We will also look for other wildlife. If the weather conditions permit, we may do a side trip to photograph Walruses.

Bears can move up to 20 miles in one day depending on the tides and where the food is. That is why many people travel to locations and often do not see bears. We will be within a 30-minute flight of the best bear photography locations in the world.

Do you want to photograph bears chasing salmon in a river and cubs playing with each other with snowcapped mountains in the background? Are you interested in photographing bears as they run through the water and pounce on the migrating salmon? We will go to where the action is. This trip is planned during peak salmon migration season. The bears will be busy feeding on the salmon. We will photograph bears leaping thru the air and grabbing red sockeye salmon. Safety will be the number one priority.

Our tour will include a bear guide from the lodge who has spent many years with the same bears. The bear guide will have bear spray and a firearm (which they have never had to use). All float plane pilots have extensive experience flying in Alaska.

To Register and Get More info:
Please visit our website and click on the Photo Tours Link

John Slonina has been leading bear trips for several years. It is one of his favorite subjects. Check out the website to review his bear pictures.

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