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
Knight Inlet Lodge would like to thank Martin Biddle for this excellent grizzly bear video of his past visits to Glendale Cove. The footage of the grizzly bears feeding on salmon and going about their daily life is well worth a look. Watch as grizzly cubs attempt to catch pink slamon in the Glendale River. Martin will be returning this fall on his third visit to Knight Inlet Lodge to watch our grizzly bears.Grizzly bear video
Knight Inlet Lodge is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership between itself and and African wildlife experts Norman Carr Safaris. This innovative partnership will include guide exchanges, co-operative marketing and many other unique ideas we will be announcing as we finalize them. Watch our blog for stories on the guide exchange and the partnership over the next few months.
Knights Inlet, Sept. 2009 four days that will be etched in my memory forever and when my memory fails, I have my photos to look back on (thanks to Phil and team for returning my camera after I left it behind).
The people you meet. Being an animal person myself I have little time for people. However through the common goal of seeing grizzly bears in the wild we some how magically came to know those strangers sitting across from us at Vancouver airport. In fact we now email one another to share our stories and photos of our great adventure at Knights Inlet.
white grizzly cub
New Baby Bear