From northern Yukon to the waters of Quebec’s Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park, our webcams and remote cameras capture the wild lives of wildlife. These cameras are a valuable tool in collecting data and monitoring wildlife populations. They also let people get close to wildlife… without actually getting close.

Featured location: Ivvavik National Park, Yukon

In Ivvavik National Park, cameras are installed throughout the Firth River Valley in order to gather information on the Grizzly Bear population in the area and other species. As you are about to find out, the cameras also provide some great photos of the animals going about their day to day lives.

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Remote cameras

A marten on a dirt path.

These cameras are mounted on trees or posts and are protected by heavy-duty casing. They use an infra-red flash so that they don’t scare animals at night.

Live webcams

Three musk oxen in snow.

Grasslands National Park

Wapusk National Park Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park

Wildlife webcams at Grasslands and Wapusk National Parks are run in partnership with explore.org. At Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park, the webcam is operated by our partner la Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (Sépaq).

Our favourite wildlife moments

Rhinoceros Auklets at Seabird Rocks, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

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These birds are affected by changes in ocean food webs that might be caused by a warming climate.

Tools like motion-sensitve cameras, help scientists learn more about how those changes might impact wildlife.