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Video of the Week: Living with Polar Bears

Video of the Week: Living with Polar Bears

Tania Segura February 28, 2014 2

Churchill, Canada is known as the “polar bear capital of the world.” For travelers this translates into great viewing opportunities but what do local residents think about the polar bear population? This video features

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Google Hangout with WWF: All About Polar Bears

Google Hangout with WWF: All About Polar Bears

WWF February 25, 2014 0

In honor of Polar Bear Week and International Polar Bear Day, WWF is hosting a live Google Hangout on Wednesday with two Canadian polar bear experts! When: Wednesday, Feb 26 Time: 2:30 pm –

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Polar Bear Roundup: This Year’s Top 9 Polar Bear Stories

Polar Bear Roundup: This Year’s Top 9 Polar Bear Stories

Emily Deemer February 24, 2014 0

It’s International Polar Bear Day this Thursday – February 27th – and we’re celebrating with an entire Polar Bear Week on the blog!  Each day we’ll feature something new, like polar bear trivia and

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What’s in Your Daypack: Churchill Edition

What’s in Your Daypack: Churchill Edition

Tania Segura February 12, 2014 0

WWF’s Tania Segura recently traveled through Churchill on our Classic Polar Bear Adventure. She shares with us eight of the most important items she packed for her Canadian adventure: Jacket Layers Expecting cold weather

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Fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline: Right Issue or Wrong War?

Fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline: Right Issue or Wrong War?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 11, 2014 11

On January 31, 2014, the State Department released its Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement of the Keystone XL pipeline in an eleven-volume publication. The proposed pipeline segment would carry heavy oil from Canada’s tar

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10 Interesting Facts about Beluga Whales

10 Interesting Facts about Beluga Whales

WWF January 18, 2014 0

The beluga whale is easily recognizable thanks to its stark white coloring and globular head. Belugas are very social animals, and it’s possible to see pods numbering in the hundreds during a trip to Churchill,

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