Wapusk News - Fall 2010 - Vol. 3, No. 2
Counting polar bears © Parks Canada
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Counting Polar Bears
Wapusk National Park (NP) protects one of the largest concentrations of polar bear maternity dens in the world, and is home to the longest-running research program on polar bears anywhere. So, it’s not surprising when park visitors ask, “how many polar bears are there in Wapusk?” But, there is no quick and easy answer to this question...
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