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Related Links · Sea North Tours
· The Port of Churchill
· Parks Canada - English
· Parks Canada - French
Every year after the ice breaks up on Hudson Bay, thousands of beluga whales migrate to the warmer waters of the Churchill River. We affixed two cams to a boat so now you watch them feed, mate and swim with their calves a few hours Monday - Friday. Times depend on weather and tides.

This project is made possible with the help of Polar Bears International, Frontiers North Adventures, Parks Canada, Sea North Tours, and the dedication of your trusty captain Hayley.

  • grant: $1,600,000 - Polar Bears International

    For the Siku Cam Project as part of the My Planet, My Part Campaign and Tundra Connections program, and for general operating support. Grants between 2011-2012.

  • topic: whales

  • location: churchill

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Every year after the ice breaks up on Hudson Bay, thousands of beluga whales migrate to the warmer waters of the Churchill River. We affixed two live ocean cameras to a boat so now you can watch the belugas feed, swim, and nurse their calves a few hours Monday - Friday. Times depend on weather and tides.

The live Beluga Whale cams are made possible with the help of Polar Bears International, Frontiers North Adventures, Parks Canada, Sea North Tours, and the dedication of your trusty captain Hayley.

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location: Churchill River & Hudson Bay

best hours: 2 hours before and after high tide

time zone: Central Daylight Time

links: Sea North Tours
Frontiers North
The Port of Churchill
Parks Canada - English / French

grants

NGO: Polar Bears International

grant: $1,600,000

location: Manitoba

mission: For the Siku Cam Project as part of the My Planet, My Part Campaign and Tundra Connections program, and for general operating support. Grants between 2011-2012.

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Related Links · Sea North Tours
· The Port of Churchill
· Parks Canada - English
· Parks Canada - French
Every year after the ice breaks up on Hudson Bay, thousands of beluga whales migrate to the warmer waters of the Churchill River. We affixed two cams to a boat so now you watch them feed, mate and swim with their calves a few hours Monday - Friday. Times depend on weather and tides.

This project is made possible with the help of Polar Bears International, Frontiers North Adventures, Parks Canada, Sea North Tours, and the dedication of your trusty captain Hayley.

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