polar bears: siku cam 2

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

Take Action with Polar Bears International · My Planet, My Part
· Educational Materials
· Adopt a Polar Bear
· How to Help Siku was hand-raised by keepers at Scandinavian Wildlife Park after his mother failed to produce enough milk. His friend and companion is Smilla, an older female bear.

Siku’s name is the most common word for “sea ice” in all Eskimo/Inuit languages. His name is symbolic, because wild polar bears are 100% dependent on sea ice for their survival — and that ice is rapidly disappearing due to global warming.

Siku and Smilia's wish is for each of you to reduce your carbon footprint to help save their wild cousins.

  • grant: $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 bears: siku cam 2

Family Reunion! Siku and his siblings have been successfully introduced and will be living together from now on! Tune in to the SWP cam to watch Siku, Ilka, and the Twins from 7:00am - 9:00am Eastern Time.

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location: Scandinavian Wildlife Park, Denmark

best viewing hours: 2:00pm - 4:00pm

time zone: Central European Time

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

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NGO: Polar Bears International

grant: $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
8-10 am ET (2-4 pm CET)

Take Action with Polar Bears International · My Planet, My Part
· Educational Materials
· Adopt a Polar Bear
· How to Help Siku was hand-raised by keepers at Scandinavian Wildlife Park after his mother failed to produce enough milk. His friend and companion is Smilla, an older female bear.

Siku’s name is the most common word for “sea ice” in all Eskimo/Inuit languages. His name is symbolic, because wild polar bears are 100% dependent on sea ice for their survival — and that ice is rapidly disappearing due to global warming.

Siku and Smilia's wish is for each of you to reduce your carbon footprint to help save their wild cousins.

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