In Canada, Polar bears generally migrate north along the Hudson Bay coast from late summer to early November as the sea ice freezes. They wait for the Hudson Bay to freeze over so they can go out on the ice to hunt seals. The sea ice generally freezes in early November, but due to a change in climate over the last few decades, the sea ice freezes much later in the year, and less ice has been forming.
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