Grizzly Bear Photography | Cubs | Fishing | Standing
Grizzly or Brown Bear wildlife photos including pictures of Fishing Brown Bears, Alaska Grizzly Bears and Yellowstone-Teton Grizzly Cubs pictures and even prints of the famous Teton 399 with cubs by wildlife photographer Jess Lee. The Grizzly and Brown Bear bear photos you see here is from wild bears in Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Katmai and Lake Clark National Parks. These Grizzlies or Brown Bears pictures include photo prints of bears fishing for salmon, standing upright, digging claims, and mother bears feeding her cubs. Cubs playing, fighting and on their moms back.
How to Photograph A Grizzly?
Grizzlies are one of the most impressive subjects for wildlife photographers and capturing great pictures of bears in their natural habitat, behaving naturally and not affect by hordes of photographers can be a challenge. The best way to overcome that challenge is to join a photo workshop especially designed for photographing Grizzly bears. But even going a photography workshop will not guarantee great bear pictures. Popular places such as Silver Salmon Creek, Brooks Falls and the Katmai coast can on occasion provide good opportunities but are becoming more difficult due to the over crowding by tour groups. In the past twenty years the bears have become fewer at these popular location as the bears have found other more remote locations to follow their seasonal routines. That said these places still seem like a wilderness paradise compared to the grid lock bears jams of the lower 48 National Parks like Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Glacier. Still these are currently the best places to safely photograph the great bears.