Help make a difference in the life of a polar bear just by driving the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge! The world’s largest terrestrial carnivores populate and hunt the arctic sea ice in northern Canada, Greenland, Norway and Russia between late-April and mid-July. Climate changes impacting sea ice formation are causing the polar bears to face grave survival challenges because they have less time to hunt as their ice habitat shrinks.
We want to help –every E-ZPass trip taken through Feb. 26th automatically enters the account owner to win a Polar Bear Family Adoption Kit from the World Wildlife Fund ($250 value). The winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries and announced on International Polar Bear Day (February 27, 2020). Click here to view the full contest rules. Happy driving, and good luck!
Trivia fun fact: A polar bear’s skin is black, and its fur is transparent. Click here for a fun polar bear kids’ craft idea.