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Category / Bearcam

Netflix has nothing on this polar bear webcam livestream

What better way is there to cope with the cold weather than to watch polar bears canoodling in the snow? Folks, Explore.org’s polar bear cam is back and they’re giving us a close-up livestream of the adorable animals as they play around in the Tundra Buggy Lodge (aka polar bear country) in Canada’s Wapusk National...CONTINUE READING

Alaska’s badass bears: A battle to reclaim the river’s throne

In the deep Alaskan wilderness, an imposing brown bear has regained his lost throne. Bear 856 — well known on the explore.org live streaming webcams — had been the dominant bear along Katmai National Park’s Brooks River for at least six years.  But last summer, Bear 856 appeared skinny and enfeebled. Another large male, Bear...CONTINUE READING

The bears of Alaska’s bear cam should have left the river by now. Why are they still here?

Thousands of fish are ripped to shreds along the Brooks River each July.  With a glut of fresh salmon at their disposal, many brown bears just munch the fatty skin and brains of the fish, leaving the bright red meat for lesser bears.  By later July, once the salmon run peters out, however, most of...CONTINUE READING

The matriarch of the Alaska bear cam makes her glorious return to the river

In 1989, park rangers first spotted Bear 410 as a small cub.  Since then, she often returns to the banks of the salmon-filled river where she grew up. And again, nearly 30 years later, this old, remarkable bear has come back, claiming her status as the Brooks River’s oldest known bear.  SEE ALSO: From puffins...CONTINUE READING

The brown bears of Alaska’s bear cam are already fighting for dominance

The salmon run has yet to begin, but the big bruisers are already vying for dominance in Alaska. One of the five webcams along Katmai National Park’s Brooks River captured an early-season confrontation between two of the rivers largest and most dominant bears on June 26. SEE ALSO: From puffins to brown bears: The 10...CONTINUE READING
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