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Great Bear Rainforest live cams capture wolves, seals and salmon at play

Now you can catch sea wolves playing, seals scratching themselves or salmon jumping from a stream through three live stream cameras set up in the Great Bear Rainforest.

Cameras set up by Pacific Wild capture wildlife in their element through hidden cameras

Wolves and other wildlife are seen in their natural habitat through cameras set up at the Great Bear Rainforest. (Ian McAllister)

Now you can catch sea wolves playing, seals scratching themselves or salmon jumping from a stream through three live stream cameras set up in the Great Bear Rainforest.

The Great Bear LIVE program has installed what it describes as non-invasive technology that captures the animals in their element.

"It's a unique opportunity for people to see first hand what is happening here and see animals behaving in a natural way," explained Diana Chan, conservation biologist with Pacific Wild.

Watch the live stream.

Those who don't want to watch the live stream for hours at a time, can sign up for an alert system. There is also a collection of 'greatest hits' — a compilation of the best moments caught on camera.

The non-profit's work on sea wolves was featured in National Geographic this month.


To hear the full interview listen to the audio labelled Live stream of wildlife with the CBC's Rick Cluff on The Early Edition.

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