Christmas is an emotional time, and like the polar bears, we look forward to the coming of the big snow at this time of year. It’s here now in Manitoba, and things are back to normal. Thank goodness!
We can all get together again with friends and family, and we’re so thankful for that. For fun and games and intimate conversations, for stories and sorries and in some cases congrats, hearts and hugs and tips of the hat.
After a brief return to the extraordinary in the fall of 2021, our guests were back in full force in 2022, filling the lodges and creating too many fond memories and newfound friends to count. The social contact we all crave is back and we hope you’re loving it as much as we are.
The polar bears, the wolves, the black bears and hares, the moose and the foxes, the sik-siks and birds, the (not-so) mean wolverine who gave Scarbrow his name — they were all back this year, and you could tell they missed us.
Our wild creatures are not a whole lot different from people. Look into their eyes and they’ll tell you. Happy or curious, loving or sad, they don’t hide their feelings, and for that we are glad.
We’ve created a Christmas photo album, of emotions and snow, a reminder of feelings, not so long ago. There’s warmth on the way, and we don’t just mean weather, we expect 2023 to be Oh! Even better!
We’d like to thank all our guests, staff, photo leaders, partners, family and friends, for contributing photos to the collection below, and for your loyal support over so many years.
It’s because of you that bookings continue to arrive for the upcoming season, and we couldn’t do what we do, without you!
A new season beckons as early as March, and not long after that, the flora and fauna of the tundra will spring to life to meet the polar bears of summer. We’ll be there, as will many of you. For now, we hope you’ll enjoy the snowy emotions in the photos below, and dream of wild, far away places, with happiness on every horizon.
From everyone here at Churchill Wild (including the wild creatures!), we wish you a very, Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year!