The northern lights cam just turned on and it's the perfect season for ghostly skies

The northern lights cam just turned on and it's the perfect season for ghostly skies

The same live webcam site that brings you Alaska’s glorious, salmon-hungry fat bears just turned on its webcam in the northern reaches of Churchill, Canada. This town, famous for the polar bears who regularly stroll down its streets, is ideally situated to watch the glowing, emerald northern lights, aka the Aurora borealis.

The feed can be streamed on explore.org, and the opportunity to witness the lights (from thousands of miles away) has been helped along by the research organizations Polar Bears International and the Churchill Northern Studies Center

“There are over 300 nights of lights a year in Churchill,” said Krista Wright, the executive director of Polar Bears International.  Read more…

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The northern lights cam just turned on and it's the perfect season for ghostly skies