Sockeye salmon are a vital food source for Alaska’s brown bears. In one study, a single Kodiak Island bear consumed more than two tons of salmon in a summer–up to 30 fish a day. Each sockeye offers about 4,000 calories that will help the bear make it through the long winter. The seagulls hang around to eat the scraps that the bears leave behind.
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At Orvis, we believe in the power of nature to replenish our spirit and restore balance to our lives. So, when the world seems particularly stressful, take some time to pause and relax with a short #MomentofChill.