The folks at explore.org, which runs the Brooks Falls bear cam in partnership with the national park, report that the cubs came out unscathed.
Like many of the endless number of wildlife cams that allow people to watch animals from their desks, this one is super popular. It’s expensive and difficult to reach Brooks Falls, so for most of us, this is the only way to see the Katmai bears. And during the summer months, it’s jam-packed with live-streamed bear-fishing action.
Sometimes, it looks so easy.
But there are plenty that get away.
You can’t score every catch #WednesdayWisdom #BearCam https://t.co/s57727MRTp pic.twitter.com/YKddMgfyx3— explore.org (@exploreorg) August 3, 2016
Fortunately, it’s not all fishing, because even watching bears fish can be dull after a while. For respite, the cam also features plenty of bear cub exploration and mishaps.