This Park In Alaska Is The Best Place To See The Rare Blue Bear

Not all black bears are black. The species can come in a variety of colors from black to brown, cream, white, or blue. The blue bears, or Glacier bears, are silvery blue and a rare treat to see. Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska is where most of the blue bear population is concentrated, although they are sometimes spotted in the Tongass National Forest or in Juneau. Visit Glacier Bay National Park near Juneau to have a chance at seeing a rare blue Glacier bear in the wild.

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