What a sight! This moose on the shores of the Hudson Bay seems to be waiting for a ferry boat to pick him up. Rarely do these animals wander down to the coast but we’re happy to see this one and credit Sea North Tours for such an awesome shot! Enjoy!
This gorgeous snowy owl will be released into the Churchill wild on Wednesday June 21, 2017 near the CNSC, in partnership with The Owl Foundation.
Anyone interested in observing the release is requested to meet at the CNSC at 12:30 PM and take a short drive to the release site.
We wish everyone a very happy Valentines day from Churchillpolarbears.org! Enjoy the day with the special bears ..er people in your lives!
Photographer Stian Rekdal combined thousands of photos to create this time-lapse video showcasing Iceland’s natural beauty. He spent three weeks—and more than 3,000 miles—on the road and took more than 40,000 photos. Iceland is quite the amazing place to see all the wonders of the natural universe including phenomenal northern lights. Enjoy!
The first groups of travelers have been experiencing dramatic cold and sensational northern lights in Churchill these last couple of weeks. Here are some pictorial field notes from the far north and northern lights season guru Brad Josephs. So much of what Nat Hab’s aurora borealis trips encompass is more than seeing the northern lights. The amazing train trip north and stops at Pisew Falls and Thompson leading to the journey through boreal forest and taiga coming to rest in Churchill. Dog-sledding, igloo building, curling and various other cultural experiences make this an unforgettable adventure. Northern lights above the vast frozen Hudson Bay is more often than not the proverbial “icing on the cake”! Enjoy