National Geographic : 1984 Jan
DAN DRY(ABOVE); WILLIAMTHOMPSON The massive claws of an Alaska brown bear lie still (farleft) as the drugged animalis studied by biologists on Admiralty Island.A black bearforages in Misty FjordsNational Monument area (above). Though the region supports a high population of both species, conservationistspoint to the potentialill effects of logging and mining on the animals. How do wilderness bears relate to humans? On Admiralty, University of Alaska graduatestudent Susan Warner (left) gathers data.