The Bear Cam catches some pretty cute stuff as the bears go about their day-to-day, but this cub is beary cute. Beary Springer takes some time for self-reflection as she eats a fresh salmon along Brooks River. Since the cub was only born this year, mama bear Holly respectfully gives her some space while staying
Learn how brown bears survive in spring and what life is like this time of year. From Michael Fitz at Katmai National Park and Preserve: Spring is a season often associated with increasing abundance. Grass blades emerge from the soil. Buds on trees and shrubs swell and burst. Birds return from their wintering grounds. Rivers
Nothing Says Spring Like a Polar Bear!
April showers have most definitely brought May flowers to Siku in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park, Denmark. It’s a lovely 50-60* and Siku doesn’t mind at all. Neither do his twins, Nuno and Nanu. If you’re an early riser, watch Siku and his polar bear siblings on the Live Cam from Denmark between 7:00am – 9:00am Eastern Time.
New Penguin Chick Live Cam
Spring has sprung and our Magellanic Penguins know it! So they’ve headed into private mating quarters. Come meet Floyd and Roxy on our new Penguin Nest Cam. The pair is bonded and as you can see, they like a good cuddle between springtime fun! The Aquarium of the Pacific’s colony of about a dozen Magellanic Penguins
Stand at Attention
The prairie dogs are on the look out on the Bison Cam! Grasslands National Park is a balmy 60+ degrees these days and our animals have come out to play in the sun – – and keep an eye on things! Did You Know? Prairie Dogs have distinctive language and sounds. Sentinels have clear “warning”