One could spend a whole day here, reading, looking at photos and videos, listening to staff talks. We had just an hour or two, but it was worth the time. If you meet a brown bear, be sure it knows you are a person and not a bear; i.e., talk to it (while backing away). That made us a lot more comfortable when we went blueberry picking a couple of days later. This center is taking a different approach to research and that is controversial in the wildlife community, but lockstep thinking won't advance knowledge all that much. The photos of play are endearing, of course.
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