A polar bear mother and cub on the tundra

© Daniel J. Cox/Natural Exposures

11/11/2019 6:24:27 PM

Polar Bear Season: Week 4

By Emily Ringer, Marketing and Communications Manager

Throughout Polar Bear Week, a deep chill soaked this corner of the North. Sea ice began tracing the edge of Hudson Bay, and a soft, perpetual golden hour revealed itself between storms. Some bears have already ventured onto the new ice––and we expect more and more to make the journey as their hunting platform, and icy life force, continues to expand. 

Looking forward to the coming days, we’re excited to partner with Discovery Education to bring the polar bear experience to students and viewers of all ages! Join us for our final week of live programming in the polar bear capital of the world:

  • Live Polar Bear Cams will bring the Arctic, polar bears, and maybe other Arctic wildlife(!) into your home.
  • Tune in for Tundra Connections: Experience Polar Bears on the Tundra (all ages), on Wed., Nov. 13th, 12 pm Central Time AND Thurs., Nov 14th, 11:30am CT. To join us, register and watch here.
  • After each webcast, stick around for a live Polar Bear Q&A! We will answer as many polar bear questions as possible as we roam around the tundra. Join us here.
  • We’ve also scheduled a live chat on Wed., Nov. 13th, at 3 pm Central Time: Season Highlights and Wrap-Up. You can watch it here.  
  • Have no fear! If you can’t make one of these awesome webcasts, they’re all archived here.
  • And finally, if you’re looking for more ways to help polar bears and get involved, here are the actions that will have the greatest impact.

I hope you enjoy these final fall offerings and thank you for participating in the 2019 polar bear season! Your engagement and commitment to the bears makes this work possible.

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