This remarkable video from John Downer Productions uses a hidden camera to record a polar bear cub's first steps outside the den (with a little help from mom!) Want to learn more about polar... Continue Reading
Polar bears carrying GPS/satellite radio collars in the Southern Hudson Bay study began to move out onto the band of landfast ice that was forming along the Ontario coast of Hudson Bay and... Continue Reading
Are you curious about how to use PBI's Bear Tracker? Alysa McCall, our field programs manager, shares tips and insights. If you're a teacher, be sure to check out our Bear Tracker Unit Plan... Continue Reading
By Kt Miller, Assistant Media Manager It’s been a bit of a whirlwind up in Churchill this summer, but it’s always a bit of a whirlwind when you are working in the north. It seems like no... Continue Reading
PBI's own Alysa McCall asks Michelle Viengkone of the University of Alberta about her polar bear genetics study.
With Arctic Sea Ice Day 2015 coming up on July 11th, we are highlighting three of our Arctic Ambassador Center zoos that are amping up their carbon reduction efforts and making greener food... Continue Reading
One of the most frequent questions that we receive from students is, “How can I become a polar bear scientist?” We turned to Patrick Mislan, a master’s candidate studying polar bears at the... Continue Reading
By Geoff York, Senior Director of Conservation The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released a draft version of its polar bear conservation plan for public comment. The plan cites global... Continue Reading
How are mathmatical models used to better understand polar bears? Mathematician Jody Reimer explains it all to PBI's Alysa McCall.
My colleague, Geoff York, and I recently had the opportunity to convene with researchers, nonprofits, traditional knowledge holders, managers, and hunters from across North America to discuss... Continue Reading