where do polar bears live in alaska?

where do polar bears live in alaska?
Polar bears occur throughout the northern polar region. In the winter, polar bears in Alaska are found as far south as St. Lawrence Island and occasionally move down to St. Matthew Island and the Kuskokwim Delta.
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Are there polar bears in Anchorage?
Alaska is the only U.S. state with three bear species ( polar, black, and brown), and you can see all of them in Anchorage. ... To see polar bears in the wild, head north to the Arctic Ocean coast of Alaska. Arctic Air Expeditions offers polar bear tours that include airfare from Anchorage, meals, and transportation.
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Are there polar bears in Fairbanks Alaska?
Polar bears can be seen in Alaska usually in fall and spring during guided wildlife tours available on land in Barrow or by air with several flightseeing operations available from Anchorage, Fairbanks and other towns. They are occasionally seen in summer, too, but less frequently.
Full answer in: www.travelalaska.com
Can you see polar bears on Alaska cruise?
Top Spots for Bear Viewing on a Cruise to Alaska. Alaska has the world's highest concentration of Brown, Black and Polar Bears in the world. ... But if you are unable to extend your vacation, there are plenty of chances to see bears in Alaska's southeastern cruise ports.
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How many polar bears are in Alaska?
Only about 4700 polar bears are known to inhabit Alaska.
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