Brooks Lodge overlooks the World Famous Brooks River in the heart of Katmai National Park. The lodge, originally conceived as a fishing camp, has been in operation since 1950.

 The World Famous bear viewing at Brooks Falls is only a short walk from Katmailand's Brooks Lodge. As many as fifty bears live along the mile and a half long Brooks River during the salmon season.

Rapidly rushing streams flow through the beautiful landscape. A common sight at these streams are the many Alaskan brown bears that come here daily to fish for for salmon. These bears are experts at catching their dinner and rarely walk away empty handed.

One day a lone gray wolf shows up to join the brown bears in a attempt to catch a tasty meal for himself. As he enters the rushing stream, in quick moment he dives under the water headfirst.

Just as fast he comes up with a huge salmon in his mouth and proceeds to exit out of the stream. Seems the brown bears might just take a lesson or two from this very efficient gray wolf.

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