Winter has settled in to a more predictable pattern in Churchill these days with temperatures consistently in the -25C range. Continuing with our recap of this past polar bear season in photo’s, here are a few more images to remember it by. In a season when ice coverage in the bay was at least two weeks behind the norm in the month of November, numerous seal kills were documented with polar bears feeding on the carcasses.
Sparring was a featured occurrence for travelers virtually every day once the season was in full gear. To view this site as it was intended, please consider upgrading to a modern browser.In your current browser, some pages may not function or display correctly. Doug Allan is one of the top wildlife photographers and film-makers to work in the polar regions. His images and their accompanying stories tell of his adventures and encounters, insights and emotions, and reveal his deep understanding of the biology of the animals and the psychology of film-makers.
This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning sixth episode of Frozen Planet, about the relationship that humans have with the polar regions. This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning sixth episode To the ends of the Earth.


Our newsletter brings you all the latest in wildlife photography, news and giveaways straight to your inbox. By clicking on the 'Sign Up!' button below, you are agreeing to Discover Wildlife's terms & conditions. This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning third episode of Frozen Planet - Summer.
Plucky penguins, wily orcas, cunning wolves and the mighty yet vulnerable polar bears are the lead characters, their life stories described in David Attenborough’s magnificent narration.
This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning second episode of Frozen Planet - Spring. Snow has been falling for the last day or so though the outlook for the rest of the week is clear and cold. Male bears were overall regarded in healthy shape and willing to exert their precious energy while waiting on the tardy ice to form.
Not sure if this signifies anything or not but it did make for a widely diverse behavioral stage on the tundra. Cookies perform functions like recognising you each time you visit and delivering advertising messages that are relevant to you.


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Ice coverage in the Hudson Bay is catching up quickly to the mean for this time of year and polar bears are surely happy with that fact.
Are the bears adjusting to shorter ice seasons with keener hunting techniques or are more seals being pushed on land due to the lack of early ice formation? Even females were observed roughing it up as agitation in a crowded Churchill Wildlife Management Area escalated. Soon brave travelers from across the world will be coming to Churchill in February to take it all in. I’ll keep you updated on the action in the sky as well as daytime activities on the snowy tundra.



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