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719 and coy at sunrise Snapshot by Jen

Bearcam Week in Review September 20, 2019

Hi and welcome to our weekly Bear Cam blog. We will be publishing this blog every week with a review of the previous weeks Bear Cam highlights. Brought to you by your bear cam Mods, LaniH and GABear. This weeks highlight video can be viewed here. This week finally saw the return to Brooks River

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This Week on Explore (9/20)

Lions are primarily nocturnal which means that they are most active at night. Lucky for us, our Africams are infrared and give us the ability to see these big cats at all hours of the day. Gorillas at GRACE are orphans and survivors; every new arrival means that an orphan’s family group has been killed. There is much

Sunset and bears Snapshot by Bookmom

Bearcam Week in Review September 13, 2019

Hi and welcome to our weekly Bear Cam blog. We will be publishing this blog every week with a review of the previous weeks Bear Cam highlights. Brought to you by your bear cam Mods, LaniH and GABear. This weeks highlight video can be viewed here. The bears are back at Brooks….the bears are back

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This Week on Explore (9/13)

Two years ago, we began a complicated camera installation in partnership with Gorilla Rehabilitation and Conservation Education (G.R.A.C.E.). What was anticipated to be an efficient installation quickly became an endeavor fraught with challenges. We are thrilled to announce that we are finally LIVE in the Democratic Republic of Congo on our Gorilla Forest Corridor cam! This week, we took a

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Upcoming Bearcam Live Events

Welcome to the second peak season on the bearcams in Katmai National Park Alaska. Throughout September and early October, Ranger Naomi and explore.org’s resident naturalist Mike Fitz will host many live events exploring the world of bears and salmon. All events listed below, except the Reddit AMA, can be found on the Brooks Live Chat

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