WildEarth.TV and Bear Cam Den Highlight Internet Activity

WildEarth.TV and Bear Cam Den Highlight Internet Activity

The Internet is buzzing this morning with news of WildEarth.TV and their live Bear Cam available for users to watch. Today, attention is focused on Ely Minnesota where Lily the Black Bear and her den is so popular, that internet destination WildEarth.TV has crashed and is leaving many users without access.

WildEarth.TV is a LIVE wildlife broadcaster. With channels from all over the world you can immerse yourself in wildlife, as it is happening, with no editing… And right now, the focus is on Lily the Black Bear and her anticipated live streaming coverage of bear cub birth.

Stay tuned to EcoWorld and WildEarth.TV for more.

The photograph above comes from Flickr user Bluxfire who took this photo of a Black Bear at Yosemite National Park in August 2009. It is used on EcoWorld under the Creative Commons license applied to the photograph by the author, Ben Durant. The black bear pictured above, is a representation of the black bear species and is not the same bear available for watch on WildEarth.TV.

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One Response to “WildEarth.TV and Bear Cam Den Highlight Internet Activity”
  1. Bush Girl says:

    I have been a fan of Wildearth.TV for some time now. The dedication and effort of the WE team has been impressive. They should be encouraged and supported by a wider audience.


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