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AROUSE THE CRITTER CAPTAIN WITHIN…

Tide Rip Grizzly Tours Ltd. is a small independent company located on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. For over 16 years, Tide Rip has been leading daily boat-based expeditions to view and photograph the wild grizzly bears and other spectacular … Continue reading

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WANTED: URSUSPHILIC NATURALISTS!

Tide Rip Grizzly Tours Ltd. is a small independent company located on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. For over 16 years, Tide Rip has been leading daily boat-based expeditions to view and photograph the wild grizzly bears and other spectacular … Continue reading

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2014 Tide Rip Grizzly Tours Photography Contest

To celebrate the splendour of the Great Bear Rainforest and its amazing animals and mountainous seascapes, we are thrilled to once again launch the annual Tide Rip Grizzly Tours Photography Competition. Entry is free and open to both amateur and … Continue reading

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Be the Captain of your own destiny!

  Tide Rip Grizzly Tours Ltd. is a small independent company located on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia.  For over 15 years, Tide Rip has been leading daily boat-based expeditions to view and photograph the wild grizzly bears and other … Continue reading

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Grizzly Bears Emerge from the Den

High in the mountains above the tree line the grizzly bear hibernates. As the sun strengthens and the snow begins to melt a female grizzly breaks through the protective layer of snow to greet the spring. She is not alone … Continue reading

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Following the Last Wild Wolves, a book review.

Santa Claus (read Howard) dropped this little number off on my doorstep this past festive season.  He assured me it was a real ‘page turner’ and that he himself had devoured the book in less than 48 hours.  I was … Continue reading

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