Churchill Aurora Borealis Video

 

 

Natural Habitat Adventures guide Brad Josephs captured this spectacular northern lights display last night in Churchill. Brad is continually exceeding previous expectations of the most incredible lights he and his groups view week after week!

“Wow. One more fantastic show, almost every night the skies fill with green gold. When the aurora starts dancing a still image doesn’t do it justice. Here is real time video, shot with Sony A9. It wasn’t until recently that mirrorless cameras came out that could capture the reality of seeing aurora. Check it out!!!!! I am so excited. Shot while guiding aurora photo expedition for @naturalhabitatadventures at @teamwapusk camp. Churchill is the best place to see aurora!”

Churchill Aurora Season – Hot Water Test

 

Natural Habitat Adventures guide Brad Josephs is in Churchill for another run during the northern lights season. He isn’t the first to try this experiment of throwing hot water into the air in frigid temperatures, however, this always evokes such a satisfying reaction. Churchill is very cold right now and the lights are starting to shine in the sky over the Hudson Bay. As you can see Nat Hab guides are always coming up with fun & exciting activities for a daytime adventure in Churchill.

 

Igloolik, Nunavut Hunters Found Alive

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Inukshuk in the north. Colin-Goyman photo.

Three hunters from Igloolik that have been missing since January 22 have been found alive.

Victor Akatsiak,14, Lee Aqqiaruq, in his late 20’s, and Richard Milton, 14, were found late last night by search and rescue workers as they were walking towards Igloolik.

The three men departed Saturday, January. 19th for a fishing trip near the Melville Peninsula. They were supposed to return home on January 22nd but they didn’t show up. Two snow-mobilers from search and rescue went in pursuit after they still had not returned by January 24th.

“It’s a relief, especially for family members,” said Celestino Uyarak, with Igloolik search and rescue. Uyarak is also the mayor of Igloolik. “Being out there on the land, especially in January and February where there is extreme cold, anything more than 48 hours missing is a concern. “

Uyarak said the three were traveling with just one snowmobile. Uyarak cautioned that people venturing out on the land should always take more than one snowmobile. The details of what happened are still unclear.

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