Photo - Explore.org
In August and September, the folks at Explore.org treated us to live webcam action of brown bears feasting on the annual salmon run at Katmai National Park in Alaska (and in fact, the three webcams there are still operating and you can still catch some action as the bears finish topping off for the long winter nap ahead).
Now, it's time for the annual polar bear migration in Churchill, Manitoba, and once again, Explore.org is on the scene, with three more live webcams - one from their tundra buggy, one from the tundra buggy lodge, and one from Cape Churchill. The action from these top-of-the-whole-shooting-match-foodchain predators is fantastic to watch. There are young males mock-fighting, lots of moms and cubs, and even some arctic foxes wandering around. Best viewing hours are 10 AM to 4 PM CST.
Here's the link:
Mary & Dick Greenberg
Data Source: IRES MLS