As most of us slowly ease into the fall season and notice the changing colors on the deciduous trees in North America, Churchill,MB has already been greeted with a coating of early winter snow. Cool temperatures forecast for the next several days are a great start to the season and a harbinger of a long, cold winter on the shores of the Hudson Bay. Hopefully another long season for polar bears out on the Hudson Bay ice pack for ample seal hunting.

Snowy night in Churchill,MB.

First snowy night in Churchill,MB. Katie DeMeulles photo.

As the current polar bear season gets into gear, with the first Natural Habitat group out on the tundra lodge, many more eager travelers await their upcoming charter flight from Winnipeg to Churchill and a chance to see what we feel is the worlds most majestic and intriguing animal on the planet…the mighty polar bear.

Here are some past polar bear photo’s to get you all excited about new images and video coming in the next month and a half of exciting trips to the Churchill Wildlife Management Area and the surrounding region of Churchill,MB. Enjoy and keep tuned in to to get updates on all the news from the north.

Polar bear sow and cub on the precambrian shield.

Polar bear sow and cub on the precambrian shield.

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Up close and personal with a polar bear.

Up close and personal with a polar bear.


Polar bears sparring in the Arctic.

Sparring polar bears in the CWMA. Rick Pepin photo.

Polar bear cooling off in the snow.

A polar bear relaxes and cools in the snow. Colby Brokvist photo.




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