See the largest bears on Earth — safely, in Alaska
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See the largest bears on Earth — safely, in Alaska

The Kodiak brown bear, cousins of the better known grizzlies, live only on Kodiak Island, Alaska in a vast wilderness preserve where the native Alutiiq nation just opened a new lodge offer unparalleled wildlife viewing from a comfortably base. The perspective of native islanders adds a cultural dimension to the safari, which I wrote about it for Smithsonian. Read it and leap:

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/Bears-Up-Close-and-Personal-in-the-Alaskan-wilderness-169634006.html