Events

Explore.org: Polar Bears Cape West (Wapusk National Park, Cananda)
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Wapusk National Park in Canada protects one of the world’s largest concentrations of polar bear maternity dens (where female bears give birth).

Explore.org: Polar Bears Cape East (Wapusk National Park, Canada)
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This polar bear cam is streaming from Cape Churchill in northern Manitoba’s Wapusk National Park, home to one of the world’s largest concentrations of polar bear maternity dens.

Explore.org: Polar Bear Tundra Buggy (Churchill, Canada)
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Come on a virtual Tundra Buggy trip in Churchill, Canada to see polar bears as they wait for winter sea ice to form on Hudson Bay.

Polar Bear Tundra Buggy Lodge - South (Churchill, Canada)
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You’re looking at the southern view from Tundra Buggy Lodge in Churchill, Canada.

Explore.org: Polar Bear Tundra Buggy Lodge - North (Churchill, Canada)
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Welcome to the northern view of Tundra Buggy Lodge, consisting of five tundra buggies linked together like a train, in Churchill, Canada.

Explore.org: Tundra Connections Live Q&A Session (Churchill, Canada)
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Every Fall, Polar Bears International conducts LIVE, free broadcasts from the tundra during the annual polar bear migration in Churchill.

Explore.org: Aurora Borealis - Northern Lights (Churchill Northern Studies Center, Canada)
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Welcome to nature’s most amazing light show.

Explore.org: Rubbing Beach Underwater Orcas (British Columbia, Canada)
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This live underwater cam shows extraordinary below-the-surface views of the “rubbing” behavior unique to the orcas here in British Columbia’s Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound.

Explore.org: Beluga Boat - Above Deck (Manitoba, Canada)
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Take a tour of the Churchill River Estuary in Manitoba, Canada, aboard the Beluga Boat!

Explore.org: Beluga Boat - Underwater (Manitoba, Canada)
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Every summer, approximately 57,000 beluga whales travel from the Arctic to the warmer waters of Manitoba’s Churchill River.

Explore.org: Rubbing Beach Orca Lookout (British Columbia, Canada)
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Rubbing Beach is no ordinary beach!

Explore.org: Sea Lion Beach at Orca Lab
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Welcome to a favorite “haul out” spot of steller sea lions!