Affixed to a bridge near the outlet of Brooks River, this live underwater cam provides a wholly different perspective on the sockeye salmon swimming upstream to spawn.
This camera switches between two camera angles near the outlet of Brooks River, Lower River North to Lower River East, providing unprecedented views of migrating salmon and the bears fishing for them.
Located near the outlet of Brooks River in Alaska’s Katmai National Park, the lower river cam overlooks where the Brooks River meets Naknek Lake.
Every summer, the story of Katmai National Park begins anew as majestic brown bears flock to Brooks Falls to hunt the sockeye salmon fighting their way upstream to spawn.
Just 100 yards downstream from Brooks Falls, the Riffles cam overlooks an area of the river frequented by mother bears, their playful cubs, and wary sub-adult bears.
The snowy owl nest is located in Barrow, Alaska and is part of the Owl Research Institute’s long-term study on Snowy Owl and Brown Lemming Breeding Ecology (now entering the 23rd year).