Spring in Europe is beautiful - but it's not a patch on having a wild grizzly bear on your front lawn
Nearly three years after our last guests departed, we'll be re-opening the lodge for bear-viewing this September.
“She’s a gentle horse,” the old Hungarian said to me as he stroked the neck of a placid-looking grey mare. “She pulls a bit – just don’t be too hard on…
On a recent crisp sunny morning, a small group of wildlife guides and British and Canadian military veterans, reached a ridge in the mountains of…
In this podcast Julius is interviewed by Nicholas Scapillati of the Grizzly Bear Foundation. He talks about the beginnings of Wild Bear Lodge (then…
I thought I had it all figured out. I carefully checked the forecast winds in Kaslo – a little lakeside community an hour to the south of the lodge …
When the clock struck midnight on 31st Dec, I was standing on a hillside in south-west England with my old war-time buddy Ant and his wonderful wife…
It’s a problem that has been vexing bear biologists for decades. How on earth do you tell two grizzly bears apart? They almost all have that…
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