The ever so short summer has arrived in the north country and Churchill,MB once again is home to around 2,500 beluga whales..both adults and calves. Natural Habitat Adventures groups are now in the region and will be throughout mid-August. Here are some videos that capture the essence of the whales spirit and their effect on humans that have the great fortune to experience some time with the animals. Over the coming weeks more first hand reports from Churchill will keep you in tune with the amazing circle of life that the summer season displays. From wildflowers to birdlife to whales, seals and even bears, Churchill Arctic summer is one of the best kept wildlife destination secrets. Stay tuned for incredible interactions!
Local guide and photographer Rhonda Reid caught some of the action on the Churchill River recently. These are fresh from the cold water ( 42 F roughly in the mouth area of the river) up north …a preview of more to come.
Summer in Churchill attracts all kinds of marine and avian life to the Hudson Bay and Churchill River…an incredible bounty of life swirling in the air and water. Here’s some amazing photo’s to get everyone excited about traveling up to Churchill this Summer! Natural Habitat’s Arctic Summer journeys begin soon. Stay posted to follow their sightings and discoveries.Enjoy!
Natural Habitat guide Sue Zajac will be heading to Churchill next monday with the first Arctic Summer group of the season. Cool weather and clear skies are predicted for the week and the landscape should already be washed in some wildflower colors. The short growing season provides for a frenetic blast of summertime changing palettes. This backdrop coupled with the varied wildlife surprises constantly revealing themselves makes for incredible experiences every day of the trip. Can’t wait to see what unfolds these next two months!