Bears, whales, glaciers, puffins, eagles, and more… Glacier Bay National Park has it all and that is why I keep going back as often as possible since my first ever visit in 1981. In the past three decades I have spent more than eight months total in the park. Glacier Bay has both a brown and a black bear population. This brown bear sow and cub are searching the tide line for goodies in Adams Inlet. I am a photo expedition leader for Dolphin Charters, and Captain Ronn and I take up to eight guests to experience the amazing waters of the Inside Passage. We have just a few open spots remaining to be filled on our trip to Glacier Bay and on our trip around Admiralty Island. Join us on an unforgettable Alaskan adventure. Read more in this month’s edition of Alaska Magazine, at markkelley.com, or Dolphin Charters.