Lily the Black Bear
WildEarth.TV will let you do just that, with a video camera set up in the black bear den of Lily. Tune in here.
According to Lily's Facebook, page:
Lily the Black Bear is part of a long-term research project run by the North American Bear Center (http://bear.org) and the Wildlife Research Institute http://bearstudy.org) out of Ely, Minnesota.
Producer Doug Hajicek and bear researcher Lynn Rogers installed the LIVE cam in her den so the public could share in the birth and care of her cub.
Lily gave birth two months ago (The video is not graphic; you're not going to see much more than Lily's back and her cub's paws. But be sure you are watching with volume because you can hear the cub crying.):
I have tuned in to watch Lily a few times, but haven't seen much movement. The other night I saw her cub stirring as Lily slept. It's pretty amazing to see such wild animals, separated by a few thousand miles and a video camera.
Become a fan of Lily on Facebook here to get more updates about her, or follow her on Twitter @LilyBlackBear.
-- Cheryl Sadler
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