Timothy Treadwell was born in Long Island, New York on April 29, 1957. He first visited Alaska in the summer of 1989, when he camped and viewed grizzly bears at the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary.
Timothy Treadwell, tireless and passionate advocate for grizzly bears, was killed in October 2003 by the beast he so fervently adored and tried to protect. He was an incredibly free spirited, sensitive animal rights activist who spent the last years of his life living amongst and tending to the grizzly bears in the natural preserves of Alaska. He lived among grizzly bears during summer seasons for over 13 years.
Timothy Treadwell is good example of the foolish zealotry that can possess these nature-loving, tree-hugging fanatics. Nonetheless, only two facts have been established beyond question: first, that along with Timothy, Amie Huguenard was also killed, as well as two bears; second, that no-one really knew Timothy Treadwell or understood what he was trying to achieve through his life with the bears along the coast of Katmai National Park.
I think Timothy Treadwells' heart is in the right place, but I feel his grasp on reality has been altered by his past history of self abuse. Timothy Treadwell death video is elusive; however, a close friend of Timothy Treadwell “Jewel Palovak” has an audio tape, which contains the final moments of bear enthusiast before his death, but she has no plans to release the audio tape publicly.