"Both orphaned at approximately 5 months of age, Grinder and Coola have made the remarkable transition from struggling cubs with an uncertain future to vibrant, healthy bears that now act as West Coast ambassadors for their entire species.
Read more about the Grizzly Bears on Grouse Mountain"
Unfortunately there's no sound on the Grizzly webcam but there is on the Africam one.
You will hear lots of night sounds and see some flying bugs (or maybe birds) depending on the time of day that you watch. Once I saw a big slithering snake go by that watering hole.
I love watching these sites. Sometimes it's hit or miss, there may or may not be a lot of action going on. I've put them on my side bar to remind me to go there more often.
Wavelit Forums about what people have seen on the webcams / comments / questions etc.UPDATE:
I'm feeling a little more stressed about these grizzlies, I've been watching them off and on all day and the really seem like they want to get out of this enclosure that they are in.
They keep going up to the window and looking out. I even saw one of them pushing on the window it seemed like. I feel sad now.
I hope that the people that are minding them know what they are doing and are not just exploiting these poor orphaned bears.
Irish Church Lady