ANCHORAGE, Alaska—The National Park Service is reviewing alternatives to a bridge at Alaska's Katmai National Park that people occasionally have to share with the park's grizzly bears.
The park service says bears often walk on the bridge, nap along access trails or catch salmon alongside the bridge.
The agency is considering alternatives that would reduce human conflicts with bears. The preferred alternative is a 350-foot bridge that's at least 10 feet above the river. It also includes about 1,200 feet of boardwalk with viewing areas.
Public comment can be submitted until Aug. 20.