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Wolf resting in a bed of branches. Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. Barbara York photo.
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October 29, 2020

A Journey to Carry Forever: The Story of a Polar Bear Safari

Winter is coming. Wolf at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. by Vanessa Desorcy with photos by Churchill Wild guest Barbara York. A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of chatting with one of the first guests to experience our Fall Dual Lodge Safari. Barbara York and her wife Gail Gutterman…
Guests observing polar bear during summer at Seal River Heritage Lodge. Quent Plett photo.
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October 20, 2020

10 Commandments of Wildlife Viewing at Churchill Wild

Guests observing polar bear at Seal River Heritage Lodge. Quent Plett photo. by Nicole Spinks, Churchill Wild Lodge Manager Made for the modern-day traveller, these 10 Commandments of Wildlife Viewing will help you get the most out of your Churchill Wild safari. 1. DO: Always listen to your guide. Our…
Berry picking at Seal River Heritage Lodge. Nicole Spinks, lodge manager.
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October 8, 2020

Berry harvesting time in polar bear country!

Layered up and ready for berry picking at Seal River! by Nicole Spinks, Churchill Wild Lodge Manager The intoxicating smell of fall envelops me as I step out of Seal River Heritage Lodge. The leaves are turning colour and starting to fall. The summer greenery is morphing into a bouquet…
Polar bear and guest at fence. Dymond Lake Ecolodge. Debra Lynn Hartsell photo.
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September 26, 2020

World Tourism Day 2020. More important than ever right now.

Visit with a polar bear. Dymond Lake Ecolodge. Debra Lynn Hartsell photo. by Vanessa Desorcy September 27 is World Tourism Day, an international day of recognition first established by the United Nations in 1970. The UN’s days, weeks, years, and even decades are established to create awareness for global issues,…
Blue hour at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. Scott Zielke photo.
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July 26, 2020

Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge wins Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Award for third consecutive year

Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. Deep in the heart of polar bear territory. Scott Zielke photo. Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge Recognized as One of the Best Places to Stay in the World Based on Outstanding 2019 Traveller Reviews Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge by George Williams Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge has been…
Ben and Nicole. Lodge Managers. Fresh fish fry.
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July 10, 2020

Working hard, playing hard and eating well. Summer in polar bear country.

Seal River Heritage Lodge managers Ben Lawrence and Nicole Spinks. Staff fish fry at North Knife Lake! by Nicole Spinks, Churchill Wild Lodge Manager It’s been a crazy start to the summer, but we’re certainly getting lots done! Normally, we would have just finished saying goodbye to the fishing guests…
Polar Bear playing with willlow branch. Jad Davenport photo.
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July 3, 2020

Polar Bear Tours and Arctic Safaris 2021-2022 by Season, Ecolodge and Date

https://youtu.be/PLvLTQe4wpE?rel=0 Churchill Wild specializes in ground-level walking tours through the polar bear inhabited regions of Arctic Canada. We own and operate the only permanent ecolodges on the Hudson Bay coast, which is home to the largest and most accessible polar bear population on the planet. We pioneered polar bear walking…
 

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