Bear book

A Whistler Bear Story offers insight into bear neighbours.

“They all have their own stories, they’re all individuals with unique personalities and they’ve got things to do every day, they’ve got friends, some of them have rivals, they have families, they have social networks… Some of the young bears have mentors that they learn from,” Dolson explained.

She wanted to give people a glimpse into what the life of Whistler bears is really like, chronicling the lives of Jeanie, Fitz, Katie, Marissa and Slip as they struggle to live peacefully in the valley. And if anyone can tell their story, it’s Dolson, who has spent the past 13 years observing and photographing the bears.

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