Make no mistake, the Kodiak Brown Bear Center and Lodge isn’t a bear rescue center or a rehab facility for orphaned cubs. There are no fences or cages here. Nor is it thronged with tourists like Katmai’s Brooks Falls or the coastal day-tripping spots at Lake Clark.
This is a wild bear viewing paradise on Native corporation-owned land, backing to thousands of acres of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. With bear habitat conservation at the forefront of KBBC values, staying here provides an experience like no other.
Bears are kind of my thing. I’ve been running bear viewing photo trips for years, and yet I still choose to spend
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