Photographers took amazing scenes of life of bears in Canada and Alaska
Nature has demonstrated that people are two types of mothers: one scene got into the lens in Alaska, on lake Clark, and the other on the river in British Columbia (Canada).
Photographer Shane McGuire was in a remote hunting Lodge in Alaska, when I accidentally caught an amazing moment — meeting the cubs.
They were rejected by the mother, and they scattered in all directions, but after a time was found and touching embraced.
“It’s so rare to find. I didn’t understand how such a Grand scene, until I saw for myself,” shared Shane’s experiences with The Daily Mail.
In another part of the North American continent, the mother of the cubs will not go away. The parent had to break up a fight between brother and sister. First, the cubs were playing, but then an innocent game has become threatening, and the bear began to raise their bullies. Photographer William Drumm was watching the scene with the boat, at a distance of about 6 m.
Female grizzly bears usually look after their brood in two to three years. Like people, some bears do their jobs well, and some, to put it mildly, not very. That’s life.