Each year, more than 100 brown bears descend on a mile-long stretch of the Brooks River in Alaska's Katmai National Park and Preserve to feed on the largest sockeye salmon run in the world.
Now you can watch these majestic animals in their natural habitat with a 24/7 live stream provided by a partnership between the park and Explore.org, a philanthropic organization that aims to connect humanity to nature.
Located is southern Alaska, Katmai National Park and Preserve encompasses about 6,400 square miles of rugged wilderness. The park is known especially for the many brown bears that are drawn to the abundant salmon in Brooks Falls. In July, as many as 25 bears were seen fishing at the falls at the same time.