Bears fan

Neill, Michael; Stambler, Lyndon
October 1994
People;10/3/94, Vol. 42 Issue 14, p75
Profiles Timothy Treadwell, 32-year-old Australian, who spends three months of the year with bears, living rough on the edge of a bay in coastal Alaska, taking pictures of them, making notes on their habits, and conducting a one-man crusade to protect them from people. How he gets close to the bears and sings to them; His Great Bear Project; `The Man Who Loves Bears,' the documentary made about him.


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