Hudson Bay, Manitoba. In late summer, Polar Bears on Hudson Bay spend most of their time resting or sleeping to conserve their energy.
Hudson Bay, MB.
Hudson Bay, Canada. This curious young female Polar Bear is exploring the shores of Hudson Bay
Soaking up the Sun
Hudson Bay, MB. This curious young female Polar Bear is enjoying the late afternoon sun on the shores of Hudson Bay
Something in the Air
Hudson Bay, MB. This curious young female Polar Bear is using her extremely sensitive nose to try to identify the strange two legged creatures watching her from afar.
Hudson Bay, MB. This young female Polar Bear has just been rolling in the kelp to clean her fur. She spends a lot of time keping her fur in good condition to help keep her warm in the extreme cold of the arctic winter.
Hudson Bay, MB. This Polar Bear was doing his best to conserve his energy while waiting for the sea ice to return.
Watching and Waiting
Hudson Bay, MB. In September Polar Bears on Hudson Bay spend a lot of time resting to conserve energy while they wait for the sea ice to return
Upper Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. Black bears have short non-retractable claws that help to make them excellent tree climbers
Learning to Fish
Places to Go, Things to See!
Face to Face
Watching You Watching Me
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