Bear Country

Grizzly Bear


Sadly some human errors are fatal mistakes when bears are involved. Bears are somewhat predictable, but there are many exceptions to that rule. As a result, humans must always err on the side of caution when in bear country. Read more

Yukon Wildlife

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Issue: 2017-07-12, PHOTO: Els Lundgaard

Would you know what to do if you encountered a bear? Do you know how to avoid meeting a bear in the woods? Do you know how to keep yourself and your surroundings safe from a bear? I am a long time Yukoner and I was convinced I could confidently... Read more

Yukon Wildlife

Whether your yard is a camp-site, the area around your cabin or your fenced residential property, it is still disconcerting and sometimes frightening to have a bear that close to you. It's more common than we realize because a bear may check out your Read more

Yukon Hunting - Fishing

A number of Alaskan towns have resident bear populations, as anyone who has had to temporarily delay casting in Haines will tell you. Once the grizzly family has passed, fishing continues as usual – pretty neat when you think about it. Read more

Yukon Wildlife

This is a long time ago tail about how Bear lost his tail. At first Bear's tail was long then Fox did something wrong. Read more

Old Crow