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International Polar Bear Day 2015

By February 27, 2015June 24th, 2021No Comments
Polar Bear Mom and Cub at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge

Polar Bear Mom and Cub at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
10 Cool Facts for International Polar Bear Day
Polar bears are a powerful iconic symbol of the strength and endurance in the great white north. Let’s learn more about this magnificent species!

National Geographic
In Honor of International Polar Bear Day, Spectacular Pictures of a Threatened Species
Photos entitled: A Disappearing Habitat, Accidental Selfie, Icecapades, An Unlikely Pair and more..

Polar Bears International
International Polar Bear Day – Thermostat Challenge
You’re invited to celebrate with Polar Bears International by signing their Petition for Polar Bears, which asks world leaders for meaningful action on climate change. Then show your support for greenhouse gas reductions by bundling up for polar bears and taking the Thermostat Challenge.

Huff Post Green
On International Polar Bear Day, Hope for an Iconic Species
For polar bears and for all of us, the world is starting to come together, with peer pressure, a drop in the cost of renewables, and a growing recognition of the need to take action all playing a role.

Polar Bear Alley
Polar bears are starting to move… time for an update
Mothers with cubs were reported emerging from the dens in the first week of Watchee Lodge’s operations in Wapusk National Park. It looks like cub season may be a week ahead of schedule.

The Arctic Journal
Why polar bears matter
For the organisation that started International Polar Bear Day there is no more powerful symbol to urge people to act to fix the damage we’ve done to the climate.
Have breakfast with Winnipeg’s polar bears
Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park Zoo is holding International Polar Bear Day events through the weekend.

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