Site Visit Counter
Counter
Other Predators in the
Diving Bear Wildlife Viewing Area
Despite claims that Bigfoot (Sasquatch) has been seen in the region, the only tracks found are from
Little Foot, whose imprint is shown beside that of a bear.  For info on
tracking Bigfoot, click here.
Otter Lake and surrounding waters are home to at least a few "river" otters.  
Wolverines probably still live there too, but none have been spotted in recent years.
Wolverines, and secondarily otters, are the largest members of the weasel (Mustellid) family of mammals.  The smallest
members of this family are mink (above, with a fish) and weasels (below). Local lakes are all named for members of the family:
Intermediate-sized members of that family are fishers (above; about the side of a large cat)
and martens (below; about the size of a small cat).
Somewhat more common are wolf tracks, such as the one shown below.  
However, wolves are rarely heard and almost never seen, because they are heavily hunted by predator haters.
Index of  Bear  Webpages
Bear Viewing Association
To watch, to wonder, and to conserve
gobearviewing@hotmail.com
Ph/Fax (907) 260-9059 (Office)
39200 Alma Ave.    Soldotna, AK  99669
bear viewing Alaska, bear photography, bear safety, bear behavior



Answers to questions commonly asked by wildlife viewers on the topics listed below:
Index of  Bear  Webpages
Bear Viewing Association
To watch, to wonder, and to conserve
gobearviewing@hotmail.com
Ph/Fax (907) 260-9059 (Office)
39200 Alma Ave.    Soldotna, AK  99669
bear viewing Alaska, bear photography, bear safety, bear behavior