Manitoba: Subarctic summer wild

Churchill Wild’s Seal River Heritage Lodge in Northern Manitoba is a basecamp like no other.

Excursions across the tidal flats put you right in polar bears’ summer habitat, or you can boat into Hudson Bay and literally be surrounded by beluga whales. During summer in Churchill, there is also an explosion of color across the landscape as dozens of wildflower species come into bloom. And beyond the bears and belugas, hundreds of bird species as well as moose and Arctic fox pass through the area.

The guides here help you appreciate how special Churchill’s animals are, and how complex and delicate of an ecosystem they inhabit on the tundra.

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