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Bears are prey on salmon in the river Brooks
To reach the lake, salmon has to overcome waterfalls with thresholds up to 1.5 meters. Energetic salmon easily overcomes these obstacles while becoming easy prey for many bears that came for lunch. This is an exciting spectacle to watch the bears, who were waiting for the fish near the waterfalls. Bears skillfully directed salmon in mouth flick of the foot. This skill they have perfected over many years of life. Thousands of tourists are going to look at this action, including the world-famous photographers from around the world.
Bears are usually live around Katmai National Park and near waterfalls appear only during the salmon migration. At other times of the year for them there is little of food. Katme bear have to eat the annual rate of 6-8 months to ensure survival during lean months. During the peak salmon migration in July there located up to 40 bears simultaneously. Typically, this is the largest and most dominant individual. Other bears that can not compete for the best fishing spots, go on a fishing trip in the lower areas.
By the end of August, the feast is over, and the weakened salmon die, spawn. Bears are patrol the slower water in the lowlands of the river Brooks, in search of the dead and dying fish, which stops in slow craters near the mouth of the river. Some bears can be seen preying even in September and October.
Before in the 1950s was opened camping Brooks, near waterfalls is rarely found more than 6-7 bears. Now hunting them was banned, and the population has grown at least 4 times.