Katrina Sleptsova’s Yakutia pictures updates on our Facebook page

A brown bear in the Indigirka River, Yakutia, Siberia, Russia. By Katrina Sleptsova.

A brown bear in the Indigirka River.

Something unreal is happening on our facebook page. Ekaterina Sleptsova (or Katrina Slepts in FB) is uploading fascinating pictures of North Yakutia nature with her personal stories.

Here is how she described the photo of the swimming brown bear.

«Since I was 5 I used to go fishing with my father on the upper reaches of the river Indigirka not far from Momski region. He was a professional fisherman then (now he is retired). I dreamed to see a bear. It came true when I was 14. She-bear with two cubs swam directly to our tent. I can still hear its roar…I wish I could picture it. Here is the picture of a swimming bear taken on the Indigirka.»

Further, see photographs with her comments. Click images to see in big sizes.

Who is Katrina?

«I live in Republic Sakha (Yakutia) in a small village Belaya Gora (Abyjsky region, North Yakutia). I’m married and have two kids Angela and Daniel. I work at high school as a teacher of English for 10-11 year students. My native language is Yakut and second language is Russian. I enjoy playing the guitar and sometimes I compose my owm songs. My favorite music is gospel one,» Katrina says about herself.

A scoter the most valuable game in our region. Yaktuia, Siberia, Russia.

A scoter the most valuable game in our region.

The northern river Indigirka is one of the beautiful rivers of Yakutia, Siberia, Russia.

The northern river Indigirka is one of the beautiful rivers of Yakutia.

A bear cub is climbing the tree...so cute! Yakutia, Siberia, Russia.

A bear cub is climbing the tree...so cute!

Blueberries and cloud berries in Yakutia, Siberia, Russia.

Although there are many mosquitoes, my favorite summer activity is picking up berries. There are more 10 kinds of berries grow in our region. I like blueberries and cloud berries.

If you wish to see new pics of hers, click the button «Like» on the eYakutia facebook page.

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