This incredible aurora borealis shot from Ray Chiasson is one of the most spectacular images from the north country this winter. As much as we are getting excited for the upcoming Churchill summer season, we will miss these magical views into the heavens and the beautiful northern lights!
Here are some final retrospective aurora shots from Alex De Vries – Magnifico at Discover Churchill. These astonishing images of northern lights were taken over the last couple of weeks of Natural Habitat Adventures’ northern lights season. Alex has been a reliable source of incredible northern lights pics over the years and this season has been no exception. Another season is in the books with nearly all travelers seeing phenomenal aurora displays over multiple nights. Can’t wait for Churchill Summer adventures to get underway! Enjoy!
Great White Bear Tours shuttle driver Lindsey Bell took this rugged portrayal of the phenomenal Churchill northern lights with her last Natural Habitat Adventures group of the season. Lindsey worked tirelessly all season to insure Nat Hab travelers and their leaders had the most exciting and rewarding northern experiences of their lives. We look forward to our next adventures in the not so far off Churchill Northern Summer trips. Enjoy!
Natural Habitat Adventures guide and photographer Eddy Savage posted this tantalizing northern lights timelapse from Churchill and we are excited to show everyone! This is clearly one of the best time lapses we have ever seen from the land of the aurora borealis in the Churchill region! With only a few days left officially in northern lights season, this beautiful clip is a great way to close out the season. Enjoy!
Photographer Andre Brandt continues to find new possibilities for capturing the alluring northern lights of Churchill and the surrounding region! We are constantly amazed at the diversity Andre brings to his photography and different viewpoints from which northern lights, especially, are presented to the world. It takes hard work, patience, and perseverance to continue to find new shots of the aurora borealis of the north! Enjoy.