This fantastic photograph of two moose near Caution Creek in Manitoba taken by Rhonda Reid, shows the diversity of wildlife in the Churchill region. We love seeing these snapshots from the more remote areas away from Churchill. With no roads in or out of Churchill and the surrounding tundra, the land is wide open for wildlife to roam as they wish… truly a “wild” frontier.
Moose in the back country outside of Churchill. Rhonda Reid photo.
During this year’s exciting polar bear season we will be posting a special photo or two or even more each week that catches the feel of that particular time during the season. Each week takes on a distinct setting with wildlife, particularly polar bears and the weather as it influences the landscape and the town of Churchill. This week, a shot from Churchill local resident and photographer friend Rhonda Reid portrays the look of early polar bear season in the region. Not a lot of snow cover as polar bears seem surprised us when they emerge from the willows or grace the tundra with their majestic presence. Enjoy and keep coming back for more!
Polar bear sow and cub wander the coastal tundra. Rhonda Reid photo.
A short mixed video of various spectacular wildlife sightings in Churchill during polar bear season in October and November. Some awesome footage of from a traveler to the region who was lucky to see just about every polar bear behavior and other wildlife as well. With polar bear season creeping up on us and bears already in the area, this footage should get travelers excited to venture to thew polar bear capital of the world. Enjoy!