Brad Josephs and his Natural Habitat photography group witnessed some incredible action-packed polar bear sparring. A very severe blizzard moved in and another a few days later as cold air was accompanied by 80 kilometer per hour winds. On the last day of the trip a tantalizing sun dog appeared and the travelers photographed silhouettes of the inukshuk behind the town complex. While doing so an Arctic fox ran up the beach right past our group. An awesome trip with wild weather and many, many great photo opportunities.

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Sparring polar bears in Churchill, MAnitoba. Blizzard weather allowed the polar bears to energize and move about the tundra. Brad Josephs photo.

Sparring polar bears. Brad Josephs photo.

Polar bears sparring in the snow and willows in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area.

Sparring in the willows. Brad Josephs photo.

Spruce trees in the snowy storm in Churchill, Manitoba.

Spruce trees in the blowing snow of a blizzard. Brad Josephs photo.

Polar bear sniffing at the polar rover from natural Habitat Adventures in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area.

Polar bear sniffing around the polar rover. Brad Josephs photo.

Inukshuk with a sun dog in the background in Churchill, Manitoba.

A sun dog behind the inukshuk on the Hudson Bay. Brad Josephs photo.

Arctic fox sniffing the tundra for prey in Churchill, Manitoba.

Arctic fox sniffing the tundra for prey. Brad Josephs photo.






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