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Summer Snapshot Contest Winner for August 25th

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, today’s winning snapshots were chosen from a few of our cams located in National Parks. Share your snapshots in the comments of your favorite live cams or on social media for a chance to have your snapshot featured and win a prize! (tag #exploreorg

Mom bear with cubs at Katmai NPS

Brown Bears: Take Part When You Watch

The Brown Bear Cams in Alaska’s Katmai National Park are live again for the season, bears are waking up, and our partners would like you to take part in research while you watch.

New Cam LIVE Today!

Feeling cheeky, I see… Well then, check out our newest Chipmunk Live Cam! Along a mountain ridge in Colorado, view life on the log with three species of chipmunks, two species of squirrel, and the occasional fox, deer, bear, antelope, and various bird species. Recognized for their pudgy cheeks, big glossy eyes, striped fur and

What Am I Watching Here?: The Difference Between Brown Bears and Grizzly Bears

On the #BearCam in Katmai National Park, you can catch a sneak peek of the brown bears beginning their summer of salmon fishing and foraging. If you’ve ever wondered about the differences between brown and grizzly bears, let Ranger Michael Fitz explain: All grizzly bears are brown bears, but not all brown bears are grizzly bears. The

17 Things to Know: Katmai National Park and its Brown Bears

Katmai National Park is home to our Brown Bear Live Cams (now in sneak peek preview – click here!). Media Ranger Mike Fitz offers us “17 Things to Know” about the bears of Katmai while gearing up for this season! Katmai National Monument was established in 1918 to protect a volcanically devastated region surrounding Mount Katmai and the Valley of Ten

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