Angela Saurine was at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge last summer and wrote for media outlets in Australia about her adventure.
It wasn’t until around lunchtime that we spotted our first polar bear wandering along the tidal flats in the distance its muddy brown feet making a stark contrast to its pure white body.
Another is swimming in the bay and a couple of others can be seen on the horizon. We decide to drive closer and stop for lunch.
“If we stay in one place for a while,” our native guide, Butch, says, “the bears will get used to us and come to us.”
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Angela also posted a video to the News.com.au website. It can be found here.