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Keep up with our latest articles featuring new research, stories, and content about polar bears.

The aurora borealis shimmers over a snowy landscape.

Taaq: The Polar Night and Its Inspirations

In Greenland, it is the polar night that the Inuit hold most dear. “Taaq” means “it is dark"--and it is the season when laughter is

Melting sea ice

How Did Polar Bears Survive Past Warm Interglacial Periods?

How did polar bears survive with little or no sea ice in the past--and could they do so again? That's the question that people quite reasonably ask.

Two polar  bears nuzzle in golden light

Together, We Accomplished So Much

As we look back over the past year, we’re filled with gratitude for all you made possible to help ensure the polar bear's future.

The aurora as seen near Churchill, Manitoba.

Celebrating Solstice

The winter solstice, December 21st, marks the first day of winter, which has certainly begun here in Churchill, on the wild shores of Hudson Bay.

Two polar bears share a seal kill.

A Season of Firsts

To say this year has been full of surprises is an understatement. 2020 has reminded us of many things, including nature's ability to surprise us.

A polar bear strides across the sea ice.

Q&A: Burr on Fur

3M scientists are volunteering their time to help invent better tracking devices for wild polar bears.

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Live Cam

Our live Polar Bear Cams of the annual gathering of polar bears in Churchill, Canada have wrapped up for the season: Hudson Bay has frozen and the bears are back on the ice hunting seals! Until they return next fall, enjoy highlights. #polarbearcam #arcticinspiration

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Polar Bears and Their Habitat

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Follow polar bears as they journey across the ice.

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Polar Bears

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Climate Change

A threat to polar bears and the sea ice they depend on.

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“The only way to save the bears and their sea ice habitats is to control temperature rise through greenhouse gas mitigation.”

Dr. Steven C. Armstrup

It's not too late. Act now to effect change.

Your actions today will help prevent potentially catastrophic changes from taking place—not only helping polar bears, but also preserving the climate that has allowed humans to flourish.

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