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With over 4 million acres the Katmai National Park is a wildlife watching haven. All hunting is banned throughout the national park and preserve leaving this is spectacular place to take in all that Alaska nature has to offer. The Katmai Park is most well known for its abundance of bears and salmon but also features many volcanoes.
Located inside the Katmai National Park of Alaska is Brooks Falls. Just 1.5 miles from Brooks Lake these falls provide a spectacular viewing opportunity. There you can often see brown bears feeding on the salmon that can at times be seen jumping over 6.5 feet from the waters edge.
Scattered with the remaining ashes from the 1912 volcano eruption The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes is a Katmai National Park and Preserve mainstay worth visiting.
Watch live camera feeds of Brooks Falls during July to watch bears fishing and waiting for and catching sockeye (red) salmon jumping the falls. As many as 25 bears have been seen fishing at Brooks Falls at the same time.
From July and September are often the ideal time to watch bears fishing in the lower Lower River Wildlife area. In late summer and fall, many bears can be seen patrolling this area for dead and dying salmon.