The photo titled Motherhood was taken in March 2016 by Daisy Gilardini. It was selected as the grand prize winner out of 20,000 submissions in an international photo contest and was on display for a year at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington , DC. After another awesome polar bear season in Churchill and the return of train service to the outpost on the Hudson Bay, this image captures the positive feeling of the people and vibe in Churchill. Looking forward to this good fortune continuing into the winter and beyond.
Polar bear season 2018 is in the history books following quite the incredible season. Aside from the late freezing of the Hudson Bay, the Arctic wildlife was tremendously abundant throughout the six week season in Churchill and the surrounding region. Snow came early and polar bears roamed the frozen tundra of the Churchill Wildlife Management Area. These magnificent images by Natural Habitat Adventures amazing guide Drew Hamilton are some of the best of the season. Enjoy!
These classic polar bear shots from Natural Habitat Adventures guide Bonnie Chartier are fantastic. The season has been one of consistent polar bear activity on the tundra and the Arctic wildlife. The 2018 polar bear season is winding down but the action out in the CWMA! Enjoy!
The tundra in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area is alive and bustling with Arctic wildlife. Polar bears, Red and Arctic foxes, as well as Ptarmigan, are being spotted throughout the region. With the polar bear season in full gear, the images are coming fast and furious. This polar bear season has about two weeks to go and the scene is set for incredible culmination out on the snow-covered tundra of the Churchill Wildlife Management Area. Keep watching for more news and images from the north!
The Tundra Lodge continues to provide marvelous polar bear action these days as we approach the heart of polar bear season in Churchill. This fantastic image was taken by Camp Manager Jason Luoma. Quite the perspective on polar bear watching for sure.