North American Bear Center Web Cams
|Resource:||North American Bear Center Web Cams|
|Provider:||North American Bear Center|
|Summary:||Age Range: Grades K-12 (Parents, as always, should preview the site to determine if content is suitable.)
This website that provides live streaming and recorded video of bears in the North American Bear Center in northern Minnesota. Not only can you watch the webcam and videos, but you can explore all kinds of free information and multi-media resources about black bears, brown bears, grizzly bears, and polar bears - all of which are listed as vulnerable, threatened, or endangered in all or portions of their ranges
|Description:||The bears on the webcams are part of a long-term study of black bear ecology and behavior being conducted by the North American Bear Center near Ely, Minnesota. Its mission is to advance the long-term survival of bears worldwide by replacing misconceptions with scientific facts about bears, their role in ecosystems, and their relations with humans.
After watching the live webcams, be sure to check out the "Bear Facts" section and watch the site's other bear videos and virtual slide shows - making the visit well-worthwhile.
There is much content on the site that explains how The Bear Center is working to conserve bear habitat, stop poaching for bear body parts, rehabilitate injured and orphaned bears, and find methods to reduce conflict between humans and bears. Some of the explanations are graphic. Parents (as always) should preview the content to determine suitability for their own children.
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