Videos & Webinars
VIDEO | Belugas, Bears & Summer Wildlife of Churchill
VIDEO | Traveler Experience: Kayaking with Beluga Whales in Churchill
WEBINAR | A Changing Subarctic: Reflections From 5 Years of Guiding in Churchill
Expedition Leader Kristina Disney has been introducing Nat Hab travelers to the magic of Churchill, Manitoba, and its iconic polar bears for five years. But the Churchill of today is not the same Churchill she encountered during her first guiding season. Join Kristina on a journey through the changes she's noticed in this Canadian subarctic ecosystem as she shares stories, photographs and more from her adventures. And find out how observing your environment can be a powerful tool to stay connected to it.
WEBINAR | The Astounding Dietary Adaptations of Polar Bears
Did you know polar bears exist almost exclusively on seal meat? Join biologist and Expedition Leader Kristina Disney as she explains how the king of the Arctic has evolved to thrive on a hyper-carnivorous diet, and how, as an apex predator, they represent the entire Arctic food chain. She’ll also explain the process of bioaccumulation and how polar bears have adapted to overcome the harmful effects of toxins in their environment, particularly an excess of Vitamin A.
WEBINAR | Belugas, Bears, and Summer Wildlife of Churchill: What You Need to Know Before You Go
Ready for an enthralling adventure in the "accessible Arctic"? Seasoned Expedition Leader Eleanor Edye shares her travel tips to prepare you for a summer trip to Churchill, Manitoba. Eleanor will illuminate our varied activities, from kayaking with beluga whales to exploring the tundra and meeting sled dogs (and maybe spotting a polar bear!) Learn more about the itinerary, transportation, local cuisine, accommodations and packing essentials. Your questions are welcome!
WEBINAR | Meet the Beguiling Belugas of the Arctic
Known as the “canaries of the sea,” belugas are some of the world’s most vocal and social cetaceans. Discover the distinctive behaviors, characteristics and adaptations that allow these charismatic white whales to thrive in their Arctic environs.