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Looking over the Churchill River Estuary from the Port of Churchill, catch a glimpse of up to 3,000 beluga whales that summer here in the cool waters, giving birth to their calves and feeding on capelin. In the winter season, polar bears are making their way Churchill as they wait for the Hudson Bay to freeze. With this arial shot overlooking the Churchill River and the Hudson Bay, you can keep an eye out for the volunteer brigade that drives the bears away from the urban area and protects the town from any wandering bears.

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oceans: beluga whales - sky cam

Looking over the Churchill River Estuary from the Port of Churchill, catch a glimpse of up to 3,000 beluga whales that summer here in the cool waters, giving birth to their calves and feeding on capelin. In the winter season, polar bears are making their way Churchill as they wait for the Hudson Bay to freeze. With this arial shot overlooking the Churchill River and the Hudson Bay, you can keep an eye out for the volunteer brigade that drives the bears away from the urban area and protects the town from any wandering bears.

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location: Port of Churchill Hudson Bay Port Company

best viewing hours: 24/7

time zone: Central Daylight Time

related links: The Port of Churchill
OmniTRAX
Parks Canada - English
Parks Canada - French

Related Links · The Port of Churchill
· OmniTRAX
· Parks Canada - English
· Parks Canada - French
Looking over the Churchill River Estuary from the Port of Churchill, catch a glimpse of up to 3,000 beluga whales that summer here in the cool waters, giving birth to their calves and feeding on capelin. In the winter season, polar bears are making their way Churchill as they wait for the Hudson Bay to freeze. With this arial shot overlooking the Churchill River and the Hudson Bay, you can keep an eye out for the volunteer brigade that drives the bears away from the urban area and protects the town from any wandering bears.

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