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Fish Creek Wildlife Observation Site

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Fish Creek Wildlife Observation Site

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Nfd 88, Hyder, AK 99923
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In Hyder you can go to Fish Creek Wildlive observation site. This is a place where bears come to fish for salmon and you can watch the bears from a platform. Be prepared that you are not going to be the only one that is wanting to see the bears. Photographers will be there early
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Went two times, did not see wildlife either time, except Salmon. Went in the Morning and again in late Afternoon. Had there been any wildlife, platform would be a good viewing point.
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The Fish Creek Observation Site in Hyder, Alaska, consists of two viewing platforms. One part is free whilst the other cost C$6 for a day's pass. It is a good place to view the millions of migrating salmons and also the bears and other wild animals feasting on the spawning
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Bear viewing for $5, what more do you need. The creek and boardwalks would be nice even out of season, but during season there's a ridiculous amount of salmon,...so the bears will come. You might get lucky and immediately see a bear, or you might have to wait an hour or three
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My husband and I went twice in one day (once around 4pm and again around 8pm) and each time saw a black bear. Was pretty neat to see them and the salmon.
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