VIDEO: Bears dine on salmon at Vancouver Island hatchery

Courtenay resident Erica Farrell took a drive to the Quinsam River hatchery near Campbell River Saturday afternoon, hoping to see the bears feast on salmon. She was not disappointed. Here’s a video of the experience.



terry.farrell@blackpress.ca

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