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First polar bear standing. Dennis Fast photo.
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January 26, 2021

My favourite memories of Churchill’s wild polar bears

First bear. Dennis Fast photo. by Vanessa Desorcy Last year around this time I was writing a post about what we were looking forward to in 2020. It was so full of hope and plans for the coming year! And then all those plans went awry. This year, in the…
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…
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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March 11, 2020

Polar Bear Safari Dates – 2021 Summer, Fall and Winter Polar Bear Tours and Photo Safaris

Churchill Wild 2021 Polar Bear Safaris and Polar Bear Walking Tours. Click image for PDF brochure. Churchill Wild is happy to announce that the 2021 dates for our polar bear safaris and polar bear tours are now posted! We offer polar bear walking tours and photo safaris from July through…
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February 13, 2020

Three’s Not Always a Crowd. The Story Behind the Photo.

Polar bear triplets at Seal River Heritage Lodge. Photo by Quent Plett. Photo and story by Quent Plett, Churchill Wild Polar Bear Guide This photo above was taken near Seal River Heritage Lodge in August of 2017 and marks only the second time in our history that we’ve seen polar…
Summer polar bear mom and cub. Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. Robert Postma photo.
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February 7, 2020

If you want to see polar bears in the summer, we have to start early

Summer polar bears at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. by George Williams If you want to see polar bears in the summer, we have to start early. There’s a lot of prep work to be done! Our preseason to-do list is long, detailed and designed with one goal in mind —…
Lonely polar bear at sunset. Seal River Heritage Lodge. Jad Davenport photo.
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December 5, 2019

Polar bears have feelings, too

Longing for a friend at Seal River Heritage Lodge. Jad Davenport photo. by George Williams Like all wild animals, polar bears have an instinct to survive that dominates their lives, but like humans, once their basic needs have been satisfied, they find time for more enjoyable pursuits, such as spending…
 

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