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This Week on Explore (6/15)

Charlie and Charlotte have welcomed three new chicks to their nest! Welcome to the world, little ones! All of the Sauces Eaglets have successfully fledged! Miss them? Don’t worry, they still pop by the nest every now and then! Warrior Canine Connection has welcomed a new litter! Mike Fitz has finally arrived at Katmai National Park!

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Early June at Brooks Falls

Since returning to Katmai National Park as a #bearcam fellow for explore.org, I’ve visited Brooks Falls repeatedly, mostly to look and listen. Although the waterfall is most famous for its brown bears, few bruins visit it in early June since the salmon have yet to arrive. Standing at the falls from early to mid June,

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Favorite Bear Memory: LaniH

My favorite memory would have to be the little lip fisher subadult. We first noticed her at the end of August and she climbed up on the lip and approached the edge but backed off and sat down. She sat there for a few minutes then got back up and approached the edge again, she

Snapshot by BruniCaselli

Share Your Bear Cam Memories!

It’s almost time for #bearcam and we know you are all on the edges of your seats! While we wait, share you favorite snapshot and #bearcam memory in the comments below! We will select winners and feature their stories here and on other platforms. So what are you waiting for? Share with us your unforgettable bear

Bear 503, also known as Cubadult, at Brooks Falls in September 2017

2018 Bearcam Stories: 503

By Mike Fitz In July 2014, an abandoned yearling bear cub navigated a gauntlet of large adult bears at Brooks River. Small, skinny, and timid, he avoided the other bears, which left him with few opportunities to fish in the river. After his unexpected adoption, he grew into a sizeable two and half year-old. Emancipated

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