Wild grizzly bears make the trek annually to iconic Brooks Falls, located in Katmai National Park, Alaska, to fish for salmon as the fish return upstream to spawn. The grizzly relies on the great salmon migration as a major food source just before they get ready to hibernate for the upcoming winter months. These are the iconic bears seen standing vigilant at the top of the falls waiting patiently to try their luck in catching the quick and elusive fish. These bears teach their young the skills needed to fish—a very difficult skill to learn; and one that requires a great amount of patience. Few people get to visit Katmai each year, making this one of the most sought-after destinations for adventure lovers everywhere.