On the arctic circle, in a place called Ni'iinlii'njik (Fishing Branch) Park, salmon feed the forest creating a coastal environment in an otherwise stunted landscape. The salmon are dragged into the forest by the abundant Grizzlies.
Chum Salmon and Grizzly Bears in Fishing Branch Park, Yukon, Canada. Known as ice bears, because they fish for salmon in early winter and get covered in icicles. Bear Cave Mountain eco-tours. The salmon have migrated over 1500 miles up the Yukon, Porcupine and Fishing Branch River.