Bears will eat just about anything. This Black Bear had to vacate his preferred fishing spot when a dominant bear entered the area. Pushed away from the spawning channel, he appeared content to graze the grass while keeping watch. Photographers were no concern whatsoever; he knew the danger would come from other bears. At this point he was the closest bear (to my camera). I kept an eye - and lens - on him, because a bear in the grass is worth two on the beach.
This is the final bear shot in the current set; starting something new tomorrow.
Photographed on the wild, west coast of British Columbia (Canada). Don't use this image on websites, blogs, or other media without explicit permission © 2018 James R. Page - all rights reserved.