I’m a sucker for great wildlife videos, but even more so when they’re actually streaming live. The video below is sent back to us from live cameras aboard a Tundra Buggy in Churchill, Manitoba. The buggy goes out each and every day looking for polar bears and other animal that wander the area. I was tipped off to this live cam by reader Alan Curr, who discovered it on National Geographic’s site, who recommend watching it between 7:00 AM and 4:30 PM, or generally when the sun is up.
If you don’t see any bears wandering around when the camera is running, be patient. They’re bound to show up again. When I first logged in, there were two bears wrestling and chasing each other around. It was quite fun to watch, and I’m sure you’ll be able to see similar activity.
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