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  • Kodiak bear - Wikipedia

    The Kodiak bear (Ursus arctos middendorffi), ... The hydro project was the first significant invasion of inland bear habitat on Kodiak Island.

  • Kodiak Brown Bear Fact Sheet, Alaska Department of Fish ...

    Kodiak Bear Fact Sheet. Kodiak bears are a unique subspecies of the brown or grizzly bear ... Management of Brown Bear Hunting on Kodiak Island, Alaska.

  • Bears - Discover Kodiak - Kodiak Island, Alaska

    The Kodiak Bear. While many large animals in North America find their way to the endangered species list, the Kodiak brown bear is a success story in the management of wildlife.

  • Kodiak Brown Bear Center

    The Kodiak Brown Bear Center is located on the southwest side of Kodiak Island and provides exclusive guided bear viewing tours.

  • Kodiak Island Brown Bear – Kodiak Island Fishing Lodge ...

    The Kodiak Island Brown Bear (Ursus Arctos Middindorfi) are found throughout the entire Archipelago of Kodiak. This group of islands stretches from north to south for a distance of nearly 150 miles and from west to east almost 50 miles.

  • Bear Viewing - Discover Kodiak - Kodiak Island, Alaska

    Bear-viewing is, indeed, one of the most popular activities on Kodiak Island. The best time to see a Kodiak bear is during July, ...

  • Gallery of Humongous (Really, Really Big) Kodiak Bears

    The Kodiak bear (Ursus arctos middendorffi) is found in the Kodiak Archipelago islands of southwestern Alaska. It is the largest subspecies of brown bear and one of the two largest members of the bear family, the other being the polar bear. Mature male Kodiak bears average 1,000 to 1,200 pounds ...

  • Kodiak Bear Hunting & Brown Bear Hunts in Alaska | Ugashik ...

    Our Kodiak Island Bear Camp is located within the Kodiak Island National Wildlife Refuge, in Kaiugnak Bay, on the Southeast end of Kodiak Island, about 30 miles south of Old Harbor.

  • Wildlife Viewing at Kodiak Island, Alaska Department of ...

    The largest island in Alaska, Kodiak Island is home to the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge: a 1.9-million-acre refuge on Kodiak and Afognak Islands, established in 1941 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt “for the purpose of protecting the natural feeding and breeding range of the Kodiak bear.”

  • Kodiak Brown Bear - Kodiak - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

    Life History of the Kodiak Brown Bear ... some non-denning bears that inhabit lowland areas such as the Aliulik Peninsula on the south end of Kodiak Island switch ...

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