Churchill Wild offers its Birds, Bears and Belugas tour at remote Seal River Heritage Lodge in the height of summer when beluga whales congregate by the thousands near the mouth of the Seal River estuary.
Guests also get to see pristine white polar bears against the backdrop of brilliant, fuchsia-coloured fireweed in bloom. Birders will be thrilled to check a few elusive species off their life lists too, including the Ross’s Gull.
Right in the town of Churchill, it’s common to see the glowing white bodies of the belugas right up against the Hudson Bay shoreline as you take in the SeaWalls Churchill mural collection, which tells the story of why this community is so special. International artists chose unique locations for this outdoor gallery spanning kilometres of coastline. You’ll spot murals on an abandoned radar station, the town’s polar bear holding facility and bustling apartment blocks.