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BROOKS FALLS, Alaska – If you need a little bit of calm in your day, get back to nature with live video from the wild!

The famous Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park is a bear sanctuary in the summer.

When salmon flood the river, the area becomes the home to nearly a hundred grizzlies.

However, because of its remote location in southwest Alaska, many will never witness the Brooks Falls bears in person.

But thanks to a webcam, that’s all changed.

The park partnered with to offer live-streaming of the bears as they hunt and fish along the river.