|2016 Churchill MB: Polar Bears Flyer
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Churchill Manitoba: Polar Bears
Join us in November 2016
Experience an extraordinary Canadian event! World travelers come to Churchill in the fall to witness polar bears waiting for the ice to form on Hudson Bay. At freeze up, polar bears return to the arctic ice to resume seal hunting and break many months of fasting. We will view the earth’s largest land carnivore from the safety of a Tundra Buggy®. The tour is enriched by sightings of other wildlife, migrating and resident birds, historic Cape Merry, the Eskimo Museum and possibly spectacular northern lights.
INFO NIGHTS--EVERYONE WELCOME!
Room 224/225 Williams Building, 221 Cumberland Avenue North, Saskatoon.
To register for these tours, please call 306-966-5539.
- November 7-9, 2016
- Fly-in to Churchill, MB
- Lead by Dr. Susan Blum, Research Services, University of Saskatchewan
- COST: $3695.00 (GST included) to be paid in full by July 31, 2016
- Includes flight to Churchill, local travel, full day on a Tundra Buggy®. Meals at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre. See our Flyer for more details.
- November 10-17, 2016
- Car pool to The Pas, MB, VIA Rail from The Pas to Churchill (Train berths may be available at www.viarail.ca)
- Lead by Melanie Elliott, Program Manager, Educational Foundations, University of Saskatchewan
- COST: $2,695.00 (GST included) to be paid in full by July 31, 2016.
- Includes Accommodations at The Pas and Churchill, coach train, local travel, full day on a Tundra Buggy®, and meals at Churchill Northern Studies Centre. See our Flyer for more details.
Highlights of this trip:
A full day on our private Tundra Buggy®. You will be delighted with the opportunity to observe and learn about these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. Accommodations at the Churchill Northern Study Centre. The study centre is located on the traditional polar bear migration route to The Bay. Staying at the Centre provides us an opportunity to meet and learn from researchers.
Opportunities to explore and photograph the local area, history, culture, geology, plant and animal life.