Mama bear and her two cubs

Tundra Connections®

Explore our seasonal collection of webcasts that will help you learn more about the bears from our expert team of researchers.

The Polar Bear Cam is Live

Our next live event is Thursday, October 19th, 2021. Until then please enjoy watching the live polar bear cam on Tundra Buggy One.

Upcoming Connections

21
Oct
12:00 pm
CST

One Bear, Two Worlds (Grade 3+)

Though they live above water for the majority of their lives, and even spend months on land at a time, polar bears are reliant on the ocean and Arctic sea ice for survival. Learn about the special adaptations and habits required to live in these two worlds.

Though they live above water for the majority of their lives, and even spend months on land at a time, polar bears are reliant on the ocean and Arctic sea ice for survival. Learn about the special adaptations and habits required to live in these two worlds.

26
Oct
1:00 pm
CST

Ice Bears Around the Arctic (Grade 3+)

Polar bears live in five countries: Alaska (US), Canada, Russia, Greenland and Norway. Join us to learn more about the research being done on polar bears across the circumpolar Arctic and how bears in different areas face different challenges.

Polar bears live in five countries: Alaska (US), Canada, Russia, Greenland and Norway. Join us to learn more about the research being done on polar bears across the circumpolar Arctic and how bears in different areas face different challenges.

2
Nov
12:00 pm
CST

Living with Polar Bears (Grade K-5)

Polar bears are uniquely adapted to live in the Arctic—with traits that help them not only survive but thrive, in some of the coldest places on the planet. Learn about how living among them presents challenges and opportunities.

Polar bears are uniquely adapted to live in the Arctic—with traits that help them not only survive but thrive, in some of the coldest places on the planet. Learn about how living among them presents challenges and opportunities.

3
Nov
1:00 pm
CST

Polar Bears and People: Coexistence in a Changing World (Grade 8+)

Humans co-exist with different species across the world. But, when you live with the largest carnivore on four legs, some precautions must be taken. Learn about what needs to be done to protect both people and polar bears.

Humans co-exist with different species across the world. But, when you live with the largest carnivore on four legs, some precautions must be taken. Learn about what needs to be done to protect both people and polar bears.

9
Nov
12:00 pm
CST

Icy Innovations (Grade 6+)

The harsh conditions make it sometimes near impossible to conduct research in the Arctic and requires ingenuity when it comes to collecting data. Learn about PBl's new technology and innovations to learn more about polar bears.

The harsh conditions make it sometimes near impossible to conduct research in the Arctic and requires ingenuity when it comes to collecting data. Learn about PBl's new technology and innovations to learn more about polar bears.

10
Nov
11:00 am
CST

Paws Up For Powerful Change (Grade 9+)

What is meant by “policy”? How can policies impact conservation work, especially in the Arctic? Learn more about how the COP26 climate conference and you can impact the world for people and polar bears.

What is meant by “policy”? How can policies impact conservation work, especially in the Arctic? Learn more about how the COP26 climate conference and you can impact the world for people and polar bears.

Two bears looking at the camera on ice

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Every Fall, a new season of Tundra Connections begins. Take a look back at our previous seasons and share countless moments of discovery with our team in Churchill, Manitoba.

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