Katmai Bear Cams

Explore.org offers 7 different live nature cameras at various locations around Brooks Falls, including high and low views of the bears while they fish at the Falls, three views along Brooks River, a view from Dumpling Mountain, and even an underwater salmon cam. Watch salmon leaping up the falls, while brown bears compete with each other for the best fishing spots. The largest and most successful bears can catch and eat more than 30 salmon (over 120 pounds) per day! Bears are most abundant at Brooks Falls in late June and July during the sockeye salmon migration, but also keep an eye out for bald eagles, lots of gulls, and maybe even the occasional wolf trying to partake in the salmon buffet.
Beginning in 2012, Explore, the largest live nature camera network on Earth, has provided the world an intimate look at the coastal brown bears of Katmai National Park and Preserve. Katmai supports the largest protected population of brown bears in the world, and one of the best places to view these incredible bears is at Brooks Falls, an area only accessible by float plane or boat.
Click here to go to explore.org and check out all 7 of the Katmai live cams
About Explore:
Explore is the largest live nature camera network on Earth, bringing you the natural world as it unfolds in real time. Explore takes you to the most remote places around the globe, from the plains of Kenya, Africa to the riverbanks of Katmai, Alaska. Visit the full multi-cam experience on their website: explore.org.