This camera is available online from dawn until dusk.
Take a look below the surface of the Great Bear Sea. A series of rock outcroppings protects this kelp forest from the ocean swell and creates an underwater sanctuary that hosts everything from rockfish to anemones to seals and sea otters. During the lowest tides, the white shell bottom is almost dry, with the high tide flushing in nutrients and cool water, key to the survival of non-mobile organisms like mussels and barnacles.
Explore this page to learn more about the importance of expanded marine protection for the Great Bear Sea.