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TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2010

Bear Tour in Whistler, British Columbia

This weekend we went up to picturesque Whistler, British Columbia to take a walk on the wild side with the Bear and Wildlife Viewing Tour where we got the chance to see some of the areas Black Bears up close and personal! Here are some photos from our trip up the mountain which is home to over 70 black bears ranging from a few months old to several years old! Along with 19 furry bears we also spotted Grouse and Black-Tailed Deer - a startling reminder of the amazing nature British Columbia offers to visitors and locals alike throughout the year from sea to sky!

Blackcomb Mountain from Blackcomb Base in Whistler, British
Columbia. The ski hills offer clover in the spring which bears love to
eat.

Female Black Bear on Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, British Columbia.

Whistler, British Columbia is home to many species of interesting flora and fauna - however, its the bears that are its most awe-inspiring creatures as there are over seventy which live on Taking a break from eating clovers
on Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, British Columbia. Blackcomb Fighting male and female bears on Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, British Columbia.and Whistler mountains foraging for clovers in the spring, bugs in summer and berries in the fall and providing visitors the unique opportunity to visit them through tours operated by Female Black Bear on Blackcomb Mountain in
Whistler, British Columbia.the Female Black Bear and two
cubs on Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler,
British Columbia.resort from May to October.

Black Bears must be treated with respect and caution as they are wild animals so maintain your distance and admire them safely if you spot them.

Slumber an adult male Black Bear scratching himself on a post on Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, British Columbia.

Two cubs up a tree on Whistler Mountain in Whistler, British Columbia.

Bear observing his surroundings in Whistler, British Columbia.

The 4x4 vehicle used on the Bear Viewing tour in Whistler, British Columbia.






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