We are back to Prince Rupert after 3 great days in the Khutzeymateen. From Prince Rupert, we took a float plane flight to our base, a 72 feet sailboat. From there we were able to , not only move in the different areas of the estuary but also to share the experience with 7 other wildlife photography passionnate people.
We all had those images and heard those stories about grizzlies being men killers and carnivores. And it is true that grizzlies can kill; I have never seen such a powerful animal with such a muscular and power.
But they are also extremely agile even with the weight they carry. In fact, I had the impression to see a gazelle going; a steep slope...and hop, it is already passed without any effort...Mais ils sont aussi extrêmement agiles malgré leur poids.
Grizzlies have their language based on behavior, sounds, gestures. Grizzly couples as the mother and cubs seem to be very "gentle" to each other without saying they express love.
We have learned a lot about grizzlies these last days. There beautiful animals a also in danger to be extinct because of many reasons: miss believes, the declining environment. Their population is declining.
I will be posting the best of the photographs on my web site
Best of lightat the end of June.
Best of light,
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