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8am - 10am ET (2-4pm CET)

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· How to Help Polar Bear Siku lives in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Kolind, Denmark with his mother Ilka and younger twin siblings Nanu and Nuno. He’s a global ambassador for wild polar bears, calling on the world to help reverse climate change. In fact, the name Siku comes from an Inuit word for sea ice, the regions of frozen ocean that we’ll need to save from global warming if polar bears are going to survive and thrive.

Tune in to the SWP cam to watch Siku, Ilka, and the Twins from 7:00am - 9:00am ET!

  • grant: $1,600,000 - Polar Bears International

    For the Siku Cam Project as part of the My Planet, My Part Campaign and Tundra Connections program, and for general operating support. Grants between 2011-2012.

  • topic: polar bears

  • location: kolind

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Polar Bear Siku lives in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Kolind, Denmark with his mother Ilka and younger twin siblings Nanu and Nuno. He’s a global ambassador for wild polar bears, calling on the world to help reverse climate change. In fact, the name Siku comes from an Inuit word for sea ice, the regions of frozen ocean that we’ll need to save from global warming if polar bears are going to survive and thrive. Tune in to the SWP cam to watch Siku, Ilka, and the Twins from 7:00am - 9:00am ET!

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location: Scandinavian Wildlife Park, Denmark

best hours: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

time zone: Central European Time

links: My Planet, My Part
Educational Materials
Adopt A Polar Bear
How To Help

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NGO: Polar Bears International

grant: $1,600,000

location: Manitoba

mission: For the Siku Cam Project as part of the My Planet, My Part Campaign and Tundra Connections program, and for general operating support. Grants between 2011-2012.

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Best Viewing Hours
8am - 10am ET (2-4pm CET)

Take Action with Polar Bears International · My Planet, My Part
· Educational Materials
· Adopt a Polar Bear
· How to Help Polar Bear Siku lives in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Kolind, Denmark with his mother Ilka and younger twin siblings Nanu and Nuno. He’s a global ambassador for wild polar bears, calling on the world to help reverse climate change. In fact, the name Siku comes from an Inuit word for sea ice, the regions of frozen ocean that we’ll need to save from global warming if polar bears are going to survive and thrive.

Tune in to the SWP cam to watch Siku, Ilka, and the Twins from 7:00am - 9:00am ET!

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