Henry H Holdsworth: Bear nose, Bear with rover, Mother & cubs Michael Poliza: Mother walking with cubs Brad Jospehs: Snowy owl, Sunset bear
Sara Higgins: Woman & bear
Colin McNulty: Mother & cub on tundra, Tundra Lodge Erik Rock: Northern lights, sparring bears
Michael Poliza: Mother & cubs walking
Join us on a soul-stirring journey through the realm of the polar bear as we follow the experiences of Nat Hab guests, Expedition Leaders and a WWF scientist on a trip to Churchill, Manitoba—the Polar Bear Capital of the World. Learn how the power of conservation travel can help protect a threatened species like polar bears for generations to come.
Close Encounters with Churchill’s Polar Bears – A Conservation Travel Experience
Remember when you were young? Did you play outside? Did you explore? Children have an amazing sense of wonder when they're immersed in nature. Most of us tend to lose it as adults. But when you meet the polar bears of Churchill, it comes flooding back. When you watch this short video, you’ll get a feel for the childlike wonder that a polar bear encounter in Churchill offers.
In November 2013, a CNN news crew joined a Nat Habpolar bear photography trip in Churchill. Watch as they encounter their first polar bear on the tundra from one of our giant Polar Rovers. You’ll also hear interviews with NHA Photography Expedition Leader Brad Josephs, who guides many of our polar bear photo tours.
In recent years, polar bears have faced significant challenges as climate change has started to melt their sea ice habitat. In this video, Nat Hab founder and president Ben Bressler discusses the beauty and plight of these majestic carnivores.
Polar Bear Capital of the World: Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
Originally presented March 21, 2017
When you’re seeking close encounters with the King of the Arctic, there’s no better place than the Polar Bear Capital of the World. Venture north to Churchill, Manitoba on this webinar with Nat Hab Expedition Leader Justin Gibson.
Close Encounters with the King of the Arctic
When you’re seeking close encounters with the King of the Arctic, there’s no better place than the Polar Bear Capital of the World. Venture north to Churchill, Manitoba on this webinar with Nat Hab Expedition Leader Justin Gibson, who explains why Churchill is the best place on Earth to see polar bears as they congregate on the edge of Hudson Bay each fall, waiting for the sea ice to form and the winter seal feast that awaits. Join Justin on a journey to the tundra as he presents Nat Hab's Classic Polar Bear Adventure, plus our new Churchill Arctic Family Adventure designed for inter-generational fun and enlightenment. Imagine the crisp air hitting your face as you head into the boreal forest pulled behind sled dogs. Feel what it’s like to sleep at our remote Tundra Lodge, situated in the heart of wild polar bear territory. Savor the excitement of our Ultimate Churchill adventure with a helicopter flight over the tundra and a visit to an unoccupied polar bear den. You'll learn about all of this and more on our virtual polar bear adventure — come along!
Originally presented March 15, 2016
Learn about photographing polar bears and other natural wonders of the Arctic tundra on a virtual visit to Churchill, Manitoba. You'll find out why Churchill is called the Polar Bear Capital of the World during this a webinar guided by NHA Expedition Leader Colby Brokvist.
Photographing the King of the Arctic
Make a virtual visit to Churchill, Manitoba, the Polar Bear Capital of the World, on a webinar guided by NHA Expedition Leader Colby Brokvist. Join expert naturalist Colby as he takes you into the polar bear's wild habitat, with a focus on how to capture thrilling photos of the King of the Arctic. Each fall, the world's largest concentration of polar bears congregates on the tundra near this small town on the edge of Hudson Bay -- and it's the best place on the planet to see and photograph them! Colby will tell you all about how you can do just that, including information about our custom-built Polar Rover vehicles that take you safely up close to the bears, and the exclusive Tundra Lodge, a unique "rolling hotel" that allows you to stay in the heart of the polar bear's realm around the clock.