Along with the salmon we all love to catch, the Kenai Peninsula abounds with moose, bear, eagles and other wildlife as well.
Respect for wildlife is important–always observe from a safe distance. The sighting of these animals can be a truly awe inspiring experience, but please act responsibly–we wouldn’t want to see any of our guests (human or animals) get hurt! If you spot a bear or moose in or near one of our facilities, we’d appreciate it if you would let a manager or camp host know about it, even if it has already left the area.
THE LINKS BELOW PROVIDE TIPS ON DEALING WITH ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS:
Alaska Department of Natural Resources – Bears and You (safety)
Alaska Department of Fish and Game – Fishing with Bears (regulations)
Alaska Department of Fish and Game – Moose Safety (good do’s and dont’s)
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust – Living in Harmony with Moose