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BEAR NECESSITIES Alaska’s Katmai National Park is one of the world’s prime viewing areas for brown bears. See them in late summer from viewing platforms at Brooks Camp when the bears congregate at Brook Falls to catch sockeye salmon as they leap up the falls to spawn. WHALE of a time Head to Maui in Hawaii in winter for the annual migration of humpback whales. The warm waters draw large numbers to breed and raise their calves. It is one of the few places where you are almost guaranteed to see the baby mammals from tour boats. MAINE ATTRACTION The moose is Maine’s state animal for good reason. Northern Maine has the highest moose population in the contiguous U.S.. See them amidst dense forests and high mountains on a guided hiking, kayak or canoe moose safari. seal the deal See hefty elephant seals at close quarters year-round from boardwalks off the Pacific Coast Highway at Piedras Blancas Elephant Seal Rookery near San Simeon on Central California’s coast. Up to 25,000 haul up on the beaches to mate and have pups. make it snappy Alligators and crocodiles coexist in Florida’s Everglades National Park. Around 200,000 gators live in the park and can be spotted on airboat tours and elevated boardwalk trails. See rarer crocs at in the park’s southern extreme. See angelfish, parrotfish, and more brightlycoloured species among corals on the snorkelling trail in the UNDERWATER NATIONAL PARK in St John’s Trunk Bay, in the US Virgin Islands Track wolves and see bison and other wildlife on winter expeditions in YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK from of custombuilt snow coaches and on snowshoe treks Spot wild horses, prairie dogs, coyotes, bison and wild horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota Maverick, the nuMber one choice for helicopter experiences in las Vegas, the grand canyon south rim and on the island of maui +44 (0)20 8313 1717 Maverick V3.indd 1 12/13/22 05:38 PM