Welcome to the Ouwehand Zoo’s tundra exhibit in Rehen, Netherlands, where two polar bear cubs play under the watchful eye of their mother, Freedom, and grandmother, Huggies.
Welcome to Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Kolind, Denmark, where polar bear Siku lives with his father Nanok and uncle Nuuk.
Wapusk National Park in Canada protects one of the world’s largest concentrations of polar bear maternity dens (where female bears give birth).
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.
These playful twin polar bear cubs Akiak and Sura and their mother, Freedom, and grandmother, Huggies, live at the Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen, Netherlands, part of Polar Bears International’s network of Arctic Ambassador Centers.
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.
You’re looking at the southern view from Tundra Buggy Lodge in Churchill, Canada.
Welcome to the northern view of Tundra Buggy Lodge, consisting of five tundra buggies linked together like a train, in Churchill, Canada.
The snow-streaked mountains and breathtaking glacial vistas of the Arctic are stark in their beauty and stillness, but the life within these icy landscapes is mesmerizing.
Every Fall, Polar Bears International conducts LIVE, free broadcasts from the tundra during the annual polar bear migration in Churchill.
How would a Polar Bear do if you put it in the desert? Not well. But why? Why can’t anything live anywhere?