Protect Their Future and Save Ours

Your Impact on Conservation
Annual Report 2020


A Time of Innovation and Reimagination

2020, the year of the pandemic, began for our team with field staff working in remote Svalbard, Norway, on a polar bear den study just before the world began shutting down. At the same time, our senior director of conservation, Geoff York, was also in Norway, joining other delegates from the five polar bear nations at a meeting of the Polar Bear Range States.

All managed to squeak home just before borders started to close around the world. The 12 months that followed were challenging and unusual, leading us to change and innovate across the board as we adapted our conservation efforts in the face of COVID-19 restrictions, while also feeling deep compassion for the many people impacted.

Here are 10 highlights of our progress during that most extraordinary of years, accomplishments made possible because of your steadfast commitment to polar bear conservation:

1. Global Connections

As schools closed in response to COVID-19 and teachers and students found themselves working from home, their screens lit up around the world as more and more tuned in to our Tundra Connections webcasts. Thanks to your generosity, we were able to meet the huge surge in demand for online learning, rolling out a new series of spring programs on polar bears and the Arctic with partners including Discovery Education and Microsoft Education.
We also invested in new software to produce live, television-quality broadcasts, allowing us to mix in video clips, photographs, and panelists in multiple locations. This innovation will forever change the way we produce our Tundra Connections broadcasts. In 2020, viewership of our educational programs skyrocketed by 900% and watch times grew by over 1,000%.

Tundra Connections and Live Cams

in collaboration with

Youtube views were up over 500% in 2020. We posted and created 250% more videos than the previous year.

2. First Polar Bear Safe Community

Just before lockdowns prevented in-person gatherings, your support allowed us to take part in the first of several meetings in Churchill, Canada—the polar bear capital of the world—to help create the world’s first polar bear safe community.
The new Polar Bear Safe Working Group is led by the town of Churchill, with strong support from our team. Its goal is to set recommendations and establish protocols that will minimize encounters between polar bears and people, allowing both to thrive. The framework will help other Arctic communities become “polar bear safe,” too, reducing conflict and helping humans and bears coexist.
Among the measures you helped fund in 2020 to enhance Churchill’s already robust safety measures were:
  • Purchasing 15 polar-bear-safe waste bins for deployment around town, a proven way to reduce visits from curious bears—with future purchases slated for other Arctic communities.
  • Producing a “polar bear safety” coloring book, specific to Churchill, to help kids learn to live safely around bears; the coloring books are part of our wider conflict-reduction efforts, with versions tailored to Alaska, Greenland, and Russia to date, with more in the works.

Our SpotterRF Artificial Intelligence in Churchill now has the ability to identify polar bears with 90% confidence at ranges less than 200 meters.

3. Arctic Inspiration

Our live cams of polar bears, beluga whales, and northern lights in partnership with regularly reach hundreds of thousands of people around the globe every year. Viewership soared even more due to pandemic lockdowns.
Because of you, we were able to ignite a sense of wonder and expand our community through live footage showcasing the beauty of polar bears and their world. In 2020, the cams reached an amazing 12,720,168 people, with the Northern Lights Cam becoming the third most popular cam on the website.
We also created a “polar bear self-care” series on our social channels to help relieve lockdown stress and provide inspiration, sharing polar bear photographs and calming messaging. As one follower said: “Thank you for providing such soothing content during this challenging time. Your posts bring a smile every day.”

4. Innovative Tracking Tags

Sticking a GPS tag to a polar bear’s fur: now there’s an idea worth exploring. Thanks to your generosity, this novel approach to tracking polar bears moved out of the lab and into the Arctic.
3M, the company that invented Post-It Notes, worked in partnership with our research team to create four prototype Burr on Fur tags. We began field-testing them last autumn on a sample of wild polar bears in Western Hudson Bay.
Tests are continuing this year with polar bears in zoos that belong to our Arctic Ambassador Center network. Not only is the approach minimally invasive, but it will also allow scientists to study two important age/sex groups—adult male polar bears and young polar bears—that can’t be tracked with traditional collars. 

Five wild polar bears were tagged in the fall of 2020 with Burr on Fur prototypes. 

Polar Bears International’s Arctic Ambassador Centers include more than 50 zoos and aquariums from 24 U.S States, 4 Canadian provinces, Austria, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands,  the United Kingdom, France, and Belgium. We welcomed two new AACs in 2020, Zoo De La Fleche in France and Pairi Daiza in Belgium.

5. Policy Meetings

As a science-based organization with staff scientists renowned in the polar bear world, Polar Bears International regularly participates in international meetings related to polar bear conservation, joining other representatives from the five polar bear nations (Canada, Greenland, Norway, Russia, and the U.S.). These groups help set research and conservation priorities for polar bears across the circumpolar Arctic.
In 2020, your support allowed our team to take part in a key meeting of the Polar Bear Range States, including a break-out group on reducing conflict between polar bears and people. A second meeting, a gathering of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature Polar Bear Specialist Group, was originally scheduled for the summer of 2020 but postponed due to the pandemic. It was held instead as a virtual gathering in June of 2021, with two of our staff scientists playing an active role in discussions and policy goals.

6. Svalbard Den Study

For more than a decade, our team has studied polar bear moms and cubs at den sites, first in Alaska and more recently in Svalbard, using solar-powered cameras to record the behavior of newly emerged families. Denning is the most vulnerable time in a polar bear’s life, and researchers hope to better understand the needs of moms and cubs to aid in their conservation.
In 2020, our den fieldwork took place in February just before the world began shutting down, but our 2021 season was cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions. Thanks to your generosity, our team used the time to focus their efforts on improving the cameras and software used to run the den-study cameras. The goal was to build a small, lightweight system that field staff anywhere in the Arctic could deploy after some very basic training.
As staff member BJ Kirschhoffer said, “By the end of this year, we should have a custom-built recording system that could be sent to any denning area, from Russia to Canada to Greenland and Alaska—and I definitely consider that time well spent.”

7. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Sea ice loss from climate warming is the single biggest threat to polar bears but we must also do all that we can to ensure as many bears as possible thrive now. That’s why we focus efforts on protecting moms and cubs during the risky denning period, giving every single cub the best possible chance of survival.
Thanks to your support, our staff scientists provided in-depth commentary to U.S. government agencies on the threats posed to denning polar bear families from proposed oil and gas activity in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, based on our decades-long history of den research. The refuge is a key denning area for the  threatened Southern Beaufort Sea population; this is critical habitat where every den counts. The data gained over years of fieldwork will be a major factor should companies push to open the refuge to drilling despite the established risks to moms and cubs.
In 2021, we plan to focus efforts on working to ensure the Arctic Refuge is forever protected as a wilderness area, safeguarding moms and cubs for generations to come. We are also developing new den-detection technology to help keep moms and cubs across the Arctic out of harm’s way.

8. Vote for Polar Bears

The fall of 2020 brought key elections in many countries around the globe, giving us an opportunity to reimagine our future. Your generosity allowed our communications team to launch a Vote for Polar Bears campaign to encourage voting and remind moms, dads, grandparents, and young people of the importance of voting with the climate in mind.
So what does “Vote for Polar Bears” mean? It means casting our votes for leaders who will prioritize action on climate warming, ensuring a better future for polar bears and all of us. It means voting in every national, regional, and local election, no matter how small. And it means voting for and supporting leaders who will make policy decisions that put us on a swift transition to renewable energy and away from a reliance on fossil fuels.
The campaign proved so popular that we plan to pulse it out at regular intervals. We’ve also added a new staff position focused on advocacy and policy to step up engagement in this area.

9. Key Research Papers

Polar Bears International’s renowned scientists regularly publish papers that add to our understanding of polar bears and help inform policy decisions, a unique approach in the nonprofit world.
In 2020, your commitment to polar bear research led to the publication of six papers co-authored by staff scientists and partners, including a study examining noise transmission into polar bear maternity dens.
Four of the six research papers have direct implications on the last-minute attempts by the former U.S. administration to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—a critical polar bear denning area—to oil and gas development. Another showed the effectiveness of bear spray under Arctic conditions. The last publication was a study that answered the key question of when polar bears in different parts of the Arctic will start to disappear unless we greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions; this paper garnered global media coverage. 
All were excellent examples of Polar Bears International’s strong partnerships with government, academic, and zoo partners, as well as our focus on research with conservation impacts.

10. Media Outreach

In 2020, Polar Bears International appeared in over 2,000 unique publications, including BBC News, CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Reuters, Smithsonian, and more.
The press coverage added to our reputation as a global leader in polar bear conservation and helped bring the polar bear’s story—including the threats the bears face and the solutions at hand—to a worldwide audience.
From interviews with staff scientists on research findings and conservation threats to features on awareness campaigns like our Polar Bear Week, the media stories helped keep polar bears and the Arctic top of mind.
In 2021, we plan to launch a new website with a section that highlights recent press coverage, further expanding our impact and reach.

Polar Bears International appeared in 2,054 unique publications, including BBC, NY Times, CNN, and more. Estimated aggregate readership / media value: 5.9 billion / $20.13 million.


Arctic Circle Legacy Protectors

Polar Bears International has launched a new program called the Arctic Circle—a legacy giving program that ensures your investment in the Arctic continues for generations to come.
Make a lasting impact on the Arctic by supporting Polar Bears International through:
❄ Appreciated securities
❄ Gifts in your will
❄ Retirement funds
Life insurance payments
If you have already included polar bears in your legacy giving, please let us know. We’d like to include you in our Arctic Circle where you can stay informed about special events and news about the progress we’re making together on behalf of the world’s polar bears.
For more information contact our development staff at, or at 406-586-9416.


“Dick and I don’t have children. But the legacy we want to leave to the world of your children and theirs is one that supports healthy ecosystems for all species—including humankind. We have seen for ourselves the ominous link between the survival of polar bears as a species and our own. That’s why our estate plans include a bequest to Polar Bears International. We believe that preserving polar bears is about more than saving an especially impressive species. It’s also a critical step toward preserving the planet for generations to come.”

~ Valerie Beck Polar Bears International Board Member

Provide for an inheritance that your family can live on—a sustainable planet. As part of the Arctic Circle, you can make an impact for generations to come. TODAY.


Charity Navigator

Polar Bears International earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, its highest possible rating. Attaining a 4-star rating verifies that Polar Bears International exceeds industry standards, adheres to sector best practices, and executes its mission in a financially efficient way. Approximately only a quarter of rated charities have achieved this distinction!


Guidestar confirmed that Polar Bears International earned their Gold Seal of Transparency for sharing accurate qualitative information about goals, strategies and vision. The publicly shared information also includes financial data, as well as details about our mission, leadership team, board and programs.

2020 Financials


Contributions – with donor restrictions: ​$30,792
Contributions – unrestricted: ​$1,438,510
In-Kind: ​$265,280
Grants: ​$1,465,906
Events – net of donor benefits: ​$178,358

Total Revenue: ​$3,378,846​


Programs: ​$1,840,089
Management and General: ​$271,821
Fundraising: ​$303,743

Total Expenses: ​$2,415,653
Other Income (Expense): $58,866

Changes in net assets: $1,022,059

Net assets at the end of the year: $5,314,005

For any research projects that Polar Bears International helps fund, we do not pay overhead costs, a policy that ensures funds go directly to the projects and polar bear conservation.

Note: Our program expenses were down in 2020 due to pandemic-related restrictions on field research and other initiatives requiring travel, but our administrative and development numbers stayed roughly the same compared with previous years. This impacted the ratio of our expenses for programs versus administrative and fundraising costs.

2020 Board of Directors

John Kelleher – Chair
Amy Moore – Vice-Chair, Secretary
Steve Dolman – CFO
Richard P. Beck
Valerie Beck
Kristin Biniek
Federica Gamble
Patrick Keeley
Dani Reiss
Kevin D. Spreekmeester



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Shared Planet


Daniel J. Cox, Natural Exposures


Quark Expeditions
Wildlife Collections


David Yurman Enterprises LLC
Polar Bear Products



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National Post
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Harry Rosen
Sporting Life
Torkin Manes
The Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD Bank)


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Norwegian Polar Institute
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The University Centre in Svalbard
Wapusk Adventures
Wapusk National Park
Wa’tchee Lodge



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