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Ursula on the Move!

We have finally seen movement from Ursula and her cubs! Looks like the family is now on the sea ice right around the time we would expect. Soon the seals in the region will be pupping and there will be plenty of easy food for the hungry mom and her two young ones to consume.

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Short Ursula Update- Cubs!

By Alysa McCall of Polar Bears International  Though we haven’t seen movement from her collar yet, our favorite female polar bear has been sighted. Ursula (or X33410 to researchers) was seen on March 5th outside of her den in Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, with two brand new cubs. She was spotted by researchers in a helicopter

Mom and cubs on their trek

Until Next Time, Aurora…

Well folks, it looks like there was a reason that Aurora has not been moving very much lately: she seems to have lost her collar.

Stopping to smell the seals.

Slow and Steady Gets the Seals (Hopefully)

It’s time again to check in again with Aurora the polar bear and her cubs to see if they have been up to anything new and exciting since their last update. Surprise: they haven’t. This is not to discount what they have been doing, because anything a polar bear does is pretty cool! But this

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Travels to the Far East (of Hudson Bay)

Polar Bears International is back with another update on Aurora and her two cubs! For those that are new to following Aurora, she is a young female polar bear from the Western Hudson Bay population. A GPS collar was put on Aurora last fall in order to follow her and her cubs’ movements throughout the year,

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