Polar Park

Bonesveien 319, 9360 Bardu, Norway

Fewer than 50 wolves and 100 brown bears live in Norway, mainly along the largely inaccessible Norway-Sweden border, so this is a rare opportunity to see the predators alongside deer, elk and reindeer. This Arctic wildlife park prides itself on letting its animals live in natural surroundings. Very few wildlife parks have more space per animal than Polar Park. Golden eagles also live in close proximity to the park and can be frequently seen swooping over the river. Education is an important aspect of the park’s work, with a center designed to educate Norwegian youth about wild predators.

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