The wait is now over–my ABC15 Interview for Sonoran Living will air tomorrow, July 31, from 9-10am PST! I’m so excited to see this (since I haven’t even viewed the recording). If you live in the Phoenix, Arizona area, please check this out tomorrow morning. It is a short segment about 3-4 minutes long and I’m not sure exactly when it will air between 9-10am PST so please enjoy the whole show! Terri Ouellette and Susan Casper are amazing hosts and their whole staff showed me nothing but kindness. They work extremely hard to bring good content and to help their viewers.
Please check out the ABC15 website for the show, https://www.abc15.com/sonoranliving, if you are unable to watch it live as I believe they will be posting the segment online after the show.
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The first morning we woke up at Lake Clark National Park, we were blanketed in a thick fog. We were allowed to head out at 6am to start photographing and the haze did not deter us. We set off in ATV’s looking for grizzlies and at one point we stopped in the meadows to capture a few images of our lodging for the week: Alaska Homestead Lodge. The owners were currently remodeling the lodge and replacing the bright white siding with an earthy brown.
As soon as we arrived in Lake Clark National Park, we were eager to start looking for grizzly bears to photograph. We unpacked, and after a quick dinner, headed out into the evening light to find three bears in one of the meadows. At this time of the year, there are 23 hours of light in Alaska so 7-10 pm looked like mid-afternoon. Two of the bears in the meadow were closer together and we were told they had been mating the past couple days. The third bear was another female without cubs and the male appeared interested.