Every year, a moving spectacle takes place in the Canadian province of Manitoba. More than 3,000 belugas gather in western Hudson Bay. They are drawn here annually between mid-July and mid-August by the enormous abundance of food. This natural spectacle can be observed in the mouth of the Churchill River. In Churchill you will also visit the polar bear prison and Fort Prince of Whales, a historic fortification of the fur traders.
23 different marine mammal species have been sighted and identified here in the last 15 years. Discover them in their natural habitat in a gentle and respectful way: Dolphins such as bottlenose dolphins, Atlantic spotted dolphins, rough-toothed dolphins or pilot, beaked and baleen whales. Marine biologist Volker Boehlke shows you the world of the oceans and gives you an insight into the complex, interesting ecosystem.