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Jun 05

Volcanoes, bears, and a glacier… all in a flightsee!

Interested in seeing bears but don’t have an entire day to devote to a bear viewing trip? Join us on a volcano and bear viewing tour and see bears from the air! This 1.5 hour flightsee leaves from Beluga Lake in Homer and heads west over the Cook Inlet towards the Mt. Iliamna volcano. You …

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Apr 07

Brooks Camp bear viewing in July!

It’s been a crazy 2014 already with lots of reservations coming in for July.  Brooks Camp is one of the most popular destinations for bear viewing in Alaska.  In July, you can observe dozens of bears fishing the famous Brooks waterfalls, sometimes pulling salmon right out of the air.  Its also exciting watching the sockeye …

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Mar 20

Recipient of a McNeil River lottery permit?

Congratulations to those who have received wildlife viewing permits to the McNeil River Game Sanctuary this year! Winners of the permits were announced on March 15th and can be viewed at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game website. We offer service to McNeil River all season long.  The cost of the trip is $1100 …

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Mar 01

Early spring?

It’s been one funky winter here in Homer, Alaska.  The lake has almost completely thawed out at least twice.  Will it be an early start this year?  Will travelers be sliding in earlier in May or even April??  We’ll see!  But I do know one thing.  People from the south must be trying to escape …

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Feb 16

July filling up fast for bear viewing at Brooks Camp!

Reservations for the 2014 season have already started piling in.  It looks like July is going to fill up fast, especially for trips to Brooks camp for bear viewing.  We already have several days completely filled. Be sure to call soon to reserve your spot! Brooks Camp is located at the mouth of the Brooks …

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May 22

Bear viewing in Chinitna Bay

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Spring has sprung and the bears are here!  It appears that the bears are finally waking up in Chinitna Bay.  The first few signs of life have been spotted there just this week, with bear activity expected to pick up greatly by the end of May.  We have already had several bear viewing requests here …

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