By Laura Curtis, Assiniboine Park and Zoo.
By Alysa McCall, PBI Director of Conservation Outreach & Staff Scientist Last week marked the start of my seventh fall on the Manitoba tundra and my third time helping to host the PBI... Continue Reading
Polar Bears International wishes to thank the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Conservation Fund for their recent award of $15,000 to support research to collect baseline information for long-term... Continue Reading
By Kristen Metzger, Reid Park Zoo.
By Jenn Beening, San Diego Zoo Global. With polar bear symbolism on nearly everything in Churchill—from library statues to indoor playground slides, in the center of satellite dishes, and on... Continue Reading
By Erica Hansen, Utah’s Hogle Zoo. It's not the easiest place in the world to call home. Sub-zero temperatures, a scant 800 residents, and…oh yeah…bears. Polar bears. Imagine when neighbors... Continue Reading
By Andy Watson, Yorkshire Wildlife Park and Shervin Hess, Oregon Zoo. Around two a.m. the night of Oct. 10, 2013, Storm was two and half years old, wandering the streets of Churchill, when... Continue Reading
By Linda Criss, Akron Zoo. It doesn't seem possible to be standing in Churchill, Manitoba--the Polar Bear Capital of the World. On the flight in, I was struck by the view of the tundra. I... Continue Reading
By Tiffany Grunert, Denver Zoo. This morning we got up and headed to the Winnipeg airport at 5 a.m. We will take Calm Air (best airline name ever) to Churchill. From there we will take a... Continue Reading