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On Cloud 9: CamOp for a Day

By: Cloud  I started watching the cams in 2011. Like many of you, I quickly became infatuated by the Bears of Katmai. I lurked for a time and then posted as a guest for a while (back when that was an option) before signing up and becoming an official member of the explore.org family of

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Daily Dose of Love: Explore The New Explore!

Take The Tour Of The New Explore! Tomorrow we’re rolling out Explore.org’s new design for a faster, easier, and richer experience, and we hope you’re as excited as we are! Feeling like your world is turning upside down? Well you can learn how to make the most of the new website right off the bat by watching this

Memorial rock painted on the last day of Beluga boat season

Goodbye to Belugas, Summer, and Dear Friends

By Hayley Shephard, Beluga Boat Captain The summer season seems to move through so swiftly in the Churchill region, influenced by our 58 degrees of latitude and the Sub-Arctic climes. It would have been much easier to end the Beluga Boat Season had we experienced a typical fall day with strong bitingly cold winds blowing

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Beluga Boat Interns Reflect On Their Summer

This summer, Polar Bears International has hired local Churchill summer students to assist Captain Hayley on the Beluga Boat. Now that the season is winding down, the interns reflect on their time on the river. Aidan: “Same Town, New Appreciation” Hello again everyone! I wanted to talk about more about some of amazing things and

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Beluga Boat Captain One Minute, Polar Bear Escort the Next

By Beluga Boat Captain Hayley Shephard It was a wild time on the river yesterday, starting rather abruptly before I had even stepped foot on the Beluga Boat. I had launched the boat which was now tied up at the Sea North docks and suddenly I saw, heard and smelt cracker shots only meters away

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