Welcome to Brooks Falls in Alaska's Katmai National Park and Preserve. Every summer, the brown bears of Katmai flock to Brooks Falls to hunt the sockeye salmon fighting their way upstream to spawn. This live bear cam overlooks Brooks Falls on the Brooks River, located in Alaska's.
Mounted on a lofted wildlife viewing platform alongside the Brooks River in Alaska's Katmai National Park and Preserve, this cam provides an unprecedented view of migrating salmon and the bears fishing for them! This live cam is mounted on a floating bridge on the Brooks River.
Want to watch bears catch salmon swimming up a waterfall live? We have you covered.
Katmai National Park and dutch-internship.com have partnered to bring the bears to you. See the bears live on the cams below during the summer and.
Alaska's Katmai National Park is host to a natural spectacle as dozens of bears fish for dinner, and a new webcam makes it possible to watch.
Wildlife lovers around the world can once again tune in to a live stream of Katmai National Park and Preserve's salmon-grabbing brown bears.
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