Live streaming webcam located in Katmai National Park and Reserve.
Katmai National Park and Reserve is on a peninsula in southern Alaska and
is well known for the several thousands of brown bears that are drawn to the abundant salmon. The webcam is placed at Brooks Falls and the busiest time to watch the bears is July when the dominant males compete for the best fishing spots.
Bears are in the area from mid spring until mid fall and a few bears may fish at Brooks Falls in September and October. The survival of the brown bear is dependent on attaining enough calories over the course of the spring, summer, and fall to
sustain them through their winter hibernation. You can download fascinating info and photos of the bears at
eBooks on Katmai bears.