Churchill Photos of the Week – Northern lights

Some amazing northern lights photographs from 2015 in Churchill. This year we are hoping for an even more phenomenal portfolio of shots from travelers and accomplished Natural Habitat Adventures guides. Polar bear season surprised us all with beluga whales still in the Hudson Bay come October. Let’s see what northern lights season greets us with. It’s always an adventure in Churchill!

Northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba

A Natural Habitat Adventures group after an amazing trip to Churchill. Alex De Vries – Magnifico photo.

Northern lights in Churchill

Northern lights above Churchill. Brad Josephs photo.

Northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba

Northern lights above the confines of the boreal forest in Churchill. Alex De Vries – Magnifico photo.

Aurora pod in Churchill, Manitoba

Aurora Pod in Churchill. Alex De Vries – Magnifico photo.

northern lights viewing from Natural Habitat's Aurora Pod.

Natural Habitat’s Aurora Pod

Churchill Photos of the Week-Polar Bears

October and the start of polar bear season in Churchill is only a couple of months away and some cool polar bear photos are just what we need to get excited about the season ahead. These fantastic shots are by Natural Habitat Adventures guides and give a sense of the proximity one gets within the bears environment. The upcoming season promises to be one of the beast ever.

Polar bear cooling off in Churchill, Manitoba.

Polar bear cooling off in Churchill, MB. Natural Habitat Adventures photo.

A mother polar bear and her two cubs on the move in order to avoid a male polar bear in Churchill, Manitoba.

Mother polar bear and cubs heading for the high ground. Brad Josephs photo.

Churchill polar bear resting on a rock.

Polar bear resting on a rock in Churchill. Colby Brokvist photo.

Cubs of the year wrestle in the wilows of Churchill, Manitoba.

Two coy frolick in the willows. Colby Brokvist photo.

On of the first polar bears of the season sports a frosty white coat in Churchill, Manitoba.

Frosty white polar bear on the tundra. Brad Josephs photo.

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