McNeil River originates from alpine lakes and glaciers located high in the mountains of the Aleutian Range in Alaska. As it makes its way toward the shores of Lower Cook Inlet, it provides sustenance to a variety of wildlife, including brown bears.In addition to brown bears, bald eagles, harbor seals, arctic ground squirrels, salmon, and red fox are commonly observed. Sea birds, sea ducks, waterfowl, wolverine, wolves, caribou, and moose may also be observed.The Alaska State Legislature designated the river area as a wildlife sanctuary about 50 years ago due to the wide array of wildlife. In 1993, the area was enlarged to protect the world’s highest concentration of brown bears.This means that it’s one of the few places on the planet where visitors can watch wild brown bears nap, nurse cubs, and do anything else that comes naturally…Watch more below and click in the link!!!