by Steve Selden | Aug 22, 2018 | Tour News
A beluga whale in the murky Churchill River. Reinhard Mink photo.
Polar bear scouring the tundra. Reinhard Mink photo.
Aerial of view of Halfway Point and the Hudson Bay. Reinhard Mink photo.
Pod of male beluga whales in the Hudson Bay. Reinhard Mink photo.
View of Churchill with Fort Prince of Wales in the foreground. Reinhard Mink photo.
Beluga seemingly hovering in the Churchill River. Reinhard Mink photo.
Summer is winding down in the north and the action has been relentless with the usual incredible Churchill summer highlights. The polar bears have been wandering the rocky Precambrian coast of the Hudson Bay and Churchill River and belugas have posed for shots like these above for the entire summer. We can’t get enough of the awesome scenic vistas near the coast and inland along rocky tundra. Another summer in the north with the wildlife one only dreams of! These images from Reinhard Mink are just a sample of the wildlife wonders of Churchill!
by Steve Selden | Feb 1, 2015 | Churchill Photography
Two sows with cubs exchange greetings. Curtis Bouvier photo.
Aurora Borealis over the Hudson Bay. Brad Josephs photo.
Lesser yellowlegs. Rhonda Reid photo.
Beluga whale at the surface. Steve Selden photo.
These four photos represent the four seasons that cycle through Churchill on the Hudson Bay. The diversity of flora and fauna make a visit to Churchill anytime of year a fantastic experience! Come experience the myriad of life along the Precambrian coast of Churchill, Manitoba.