Polar bear staring forward at the camera

Polar Bear Cams

Roam across the tundra with us for a window into the polar bear’s world. See moms, cubs, and big males. During the off-season, watch highlights.

Watch Polar Bears in Action

Cape East – Wapusk National Park

Cape South – Wapusk National Park

Polar Bear Tundra Buggy Cam

Tundra Buggy Lodge – North

Tundra Buggy Lodge – South

Our live cams are operated as part of a partnership with explore.org, a direct charitable activity of the Annenberg Foundation, and Frontiers North Adventures.

More Cams to Explore

Group of belugas underwater with one looking at the camera

Beluga Cam

Tune into the Beluga Cam to immerse yourself in the chirps, clicks, and charisma of these gregarious whales.

Snowy forest with Northern Lights in the sky

Northern Lights Cam

Watch northern lights ripple across the night sky in Churchill, Manitoba—best viewed in February and March.

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Mother bear and her two cubs cuddled up to one another

Tundra Connections Webcasts

Join us for free educational webcasts and live events.

Tundra Buggy One making its way across the snowy tundra

Tundra Buggy One

Tundra Buggy® One is a mobile broadcast studio and polar bear research station that traverses the Canadian subarctic tundra.

Polar Bear International House

Polar Bears International House

Learn about how our interpretive center in Churchill, Manitoba helps visitors learn about polar bears, sea ice loss, and more.