The wild and rugged landscape of Alaska, the largest US state covering a huge area of around 660,000 square miles. Despite the vast swathes of terrain, it is predominantly uninhabited, by humans at least. And with over 34,000 miles of tidal shoreline and more than three million lakes, it’s a haven for wildlife and nature in all its glory.
Approximately 30,000 brown bears reside in Alaska, that’s about 98 percent of the US population of the species while the majority of the grizzly population can also be found here. That’s why Tim Kellner took himself and camera up to this epic location and set about filming both Alaska’s incredible beauty, and of course the bears, as they took advantage of the spawning migration of salmon.
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