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Polar Bear Facts
January 25, 2023

Yes! The Churchill Polar Bears Are Doing Well!

Scarbrow at Dymond Lake Ecolodge. (Jianguo Xie photo) Churchill Wild recently received a question regarding the health of the Churchill polar bear population from a reader named Peter. You can read Peter's question below, followed by an answer from Karli Friesen, the daughter of Churchill Wild co-founders and owners Mike…
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April 15, 2022

Where in the World is Churchill Wild?

Often our well-travelled guests are surprised to encounter the isolating locations of our lodges, virtually untouched wilderness surrounding them in every direction. We wanted to give you an idea of where your travels can take you.    Churchill Wild's Lodge Locations Canada, by area, is the second-largest country in the…
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December 14, 2021

Strolling Polar Bear at Sunset

Written by Jody Steeves As the sunset in early November, we watched a young male polar bear cross the Opoyastin river and made his way west along the shore. We drove on our inland trail ahead of him and set up near a landmark we affectionately have named George's pole. This landmark…
SRHL summer aerial_photo by Michael Poliza
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September 1, 2021

Rivers We Revere

A third of Canada’s waters trickle, cascade, gush and flow with a final rush into the Hudson Bay. To increase awareness of the world’s waterways, World Rivers Day is celebrated every fourth Sunday in September. We’d like to acknowledge the incredibleness of the rivers we know. Rivers such as the…
 

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