Nora was born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium on Nov. 6, 2015 and has grown to be over 200 pounds.
She was transferred to the Oregon Zoo in September, and has had quite the blast getting used to her new surroundings. Nora's birth was great news, as the bears have only a 50 percent survival rate in both nature and human care, according to the Oregon Zoo.
Since her arrival, Nora has had a blast at her new home, going for swims, playing in ice, and always finding a way to keep herself entertained.
On Nov. 28, the zoo reopened the public viewing areas at the polar bear habitat, which had been previously closed off as Nora got used to her new home. Here's Nora experiencing her first Oregon snowfall.