Alaska Bear Tales

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780882402321
Size: 80.38 MB
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Describes both humorous and deadly contacts between humans and bears in Alaska and reviews the precautions for avoiding a bear attack

More Alaska Bear Tales

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780942381030
Size: 30.20 MB
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In a sequel to "Alaska's Bear Tales," Larry Kaniut offers more true stories of encounters between bears and humans that are action-packed and compelling.

Bear Tales For The Ages

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780970953704
Size: 74.83 MB
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Collector of bear lore for nearly half a century, author Larry Kaniut has chosen these tales and legends for their focus on the wisdom of bears and the strength of the human spirit in encounters with them.

Tales From The Edge

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 1466850701
Size: 49.76 MB
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True Adventures in Alaska Larry Kaniut. ALSO BY LARRY KANIUT Alaska '3 Fun
Bears Bear Tales for the Ages Danger Stalks the Land Some Bears Kill Cheating
Death More Alaska Bear Tales Instant Sourdough Alaska Bear Tales More
information about these books and about the editor can be found at the author's
Web site, www.kaniut.com ABOUT THE EDITORS LARRY KANIUT is one of the
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Bear Tales And Deer Trails

Author: Mike McConnell
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1469718812
Size: 68.66 MB
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The only fly in the ointment was the fact that the island also had a large
population of Alaska brown bears. These bears are second only to the Kodiak
Island bears for size, and have a whole different personality than the black bears
that inhabit Kasaan Bay. They can occasionally get as big as a thousand pounds
and can bequite aggressive at times. Every year there are stories of unpleasant
encounters between humans and these bears that often end in oneor both
parties getting hurt.

Danger Stalks The Land

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 1466824891
Size: 63.21 MB
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Danger Stalks the Land relates gripping episodes of animal attacks, avalanches, aircraft disasters, fishing, hunting, and skiing accidents, and chronicles risky climbs and reckless mountaineering amid Alaska's fantastic peaks.

Grizzly Cub

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Readers of all ages will enjoy this tale. 1 14 pages, paperback, $9.95 ($12.65
Canadian) ISBN 0-88240-325-7 Alaska Bear Tales, by Larry Kaniut Anyone
living or traveling in the Alaskan bush knows of the ever-present danger of being
attacked by a bear. This best-selling book is a sometimes chilling, always
gripping collection of true stories about folks who survived close calls with bears,
and those who didn't. 318 pages, paperback, $ 1 2.95 ($ 1 5.95 Canadian) ISBN
0-88240-232-3 ...

Travelers Tales Alaska

Author: Bill Sherwonit
Publisher: Travelers' Tales
ISBN: 1609520726
Size: 31.81 MB
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Proving that the man who hired me to help him schlep tourists out here should
have thought about it longer, I tell her that a week or two ago, a bear came up
onto the platform, chasing a ̧ photographer around. Nobody seriously thought
Bears annually congre- gate the bear wanted to eat the Alaska's creeks and
rivers to fish for salmon; a handful of those streams have become along hundreds
of guy. It was a game, a break between meals. Really, for especially well-known
for all our ...

Alaska

Author: Marvin W. Falk
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9781851091416
Size: 48.49 MB
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711 Alaska bear tales. Larry Kaniut. Anchorage: Alaska Northwest, 1983. 318p.
bibliog. Selected bear hunting and bear encounter tales are told from over 200
accounts that the author gathered between 1975 and 1983. 712 Alaska bear
trails. Harold McCracken. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1931. 260p.
McCracken made a number of trips to Alaska and wrote about Alaska and the
West prolifically during his lifetime. He turned increasingly from hunting with a
gun to hunting with ...