A few lucky guests were treated to a wonderful sight at Knight Inlet Lodge in late August. One of our grizzly sows, we call her Beatrice, chose to nurse her triplet cubs right below our viewing stand. This wonderfully tender moment illustrates how our presence is accepted by the bears of Glendale Cove. Our standards of bear viewing and minimizing our impact on the bears has helped to make magical moments such as this possible. https://www.youtube.com/user/theknightinletlodge
Grizzly Bear Research in Glendale Cove
Richard Davis & Praline Barrand May 2011
What a wonderful experience!!
Our visit to Knight Inlet Lodge was the 2 days of our Canadian holiday we were most looking forward to & it did not disappoint.
From the moment we were met at Campbell River airport by Harold, the Knight Inlet Lodge shuttle driver everything was perfect. The information Harold shared on what lay ahead only magnified our excitement level.
PAULINE & IAN ANDERSON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 2010.
“Spring has arrived and the lodge is open. Familiar furry faces are popping up everywhere and it’s shaping out to be a strong beginning to the season for us. We’ve been open for a week now and already we’ve had multiple bear sightings in the estuary and the other morning we were woken up early by the blows of transient orcas in the estuary. A small pod of four patrolled the cove twice in the day hopeful for the opportunity to feed on one of the many harbour seals and pacific white-sided dolphins that are abundant in the Inlet at this time of year. We had an excellent view of the whales
Knight Inlet Lodge is excited to announce that we have had our first grizzly bear sighting of 2010. Tuesday, April 27 saw "peanut" and is mom return to Glendale Cove after a long winters nap. Enjoy these photos taken by Knight Inlet Lodge guide Luke Denbigh. spring is truly here at last! The photos were taken in the Glendale Cove estuary, Knight Inlet, British Columbia.