• Large male brown bear at Brooks Falls

    Katmai

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Downloads

Right-click on linked text and select "Save Target [or Link] As..." to download files. If you are looking for a map of Katmai, you can find several to download here.
 
Audio
MP3 audio files can be played on most desktop-based digital audio players (e.g., Windows Media Player or iTunes) and portable media devices.
The Destination, the Journey and the Katmai 3-Step (.mp3, 8.71 MB, 19:02)
Bear Jam on the Corner (.mp3, 5.29 MB, 11:33)
Nursing Bear Cubs Purring (.mp4, 1.9 MB, 57 sec.)
 

Video
MP4 and MOV video files can be viewed with QuickTime Player, available for free download here. QuickTime Player is also a standard feature of iTunes—if you have installed iTunes on your computer, you probably already have QuickTime Player.
Katmai (NPS park film from 1979) (.mp4, 27.8 MB, 15:19)
The Forge of Vulcan (1979) (.mp4, 31.7 MB, 18:20)
Letting Go: The Art of Catch & Release (2005) (.mp4, 25.8 MB, 8:43)
Wolf Fishing for Salmon at Brooks Falls (July 8, 2007) (.mov, 11.4 MB, 0:43)

Many maps are available as well.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

In 1950, William Nancarrow built the first National Park Service facilities in Katmai--a food cache, a well, and a tent frame cabin. The Brooks Camp Campground is located at this site today.