KATMAI NATIONAL PARK, Alaska (FOX 13) - Alaska is heating up with hungry bear activity.
Katmai National Park officials said they have spotted some furry friends as brown bears return to Brooks Falls after a long hibernating season. The bears were last seen in the park back in October 2018.
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The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources lists the brown bear as critically endangered. But, wildlife experts have said the species is still found across parts of North America and Euroasia.