Brown Bear Alaska Peninsula, #0097


Brown Bear Alaska Peninsula #0097


A mature female brown bear grazes on spring sedge flats along the Alaska Peninsula coast. Sedges are an important source of food for bears emerging from hibernation. Although bears are largely solitary, several unrelated bears can be found sharing a sedge flat and partaking of the rich forage. Spring is also breeding season for bears and often that activity occurs on these same sedge flats. Bears can graze for hours and this behavior sustains bears until the first salmon become available in mid-summer

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