Although common in the tundra region, polar bears are often seen in locations further south. This
generally occurs in the spring as sea ice along the Labrador coast breaks up and is carried south
by the ocean's currents.
Reproduced by Brian C. Bursey. From Brian C. Bursey, Newfoundland and Labrador
Souvenir Book (Canada: Friesen Printers, ©1997) 48.