The diverse terrain of North America is a habitat for a huge variety of wildlife. The climate is as varied as the landscape and provides a haven for migrating birds, marine wildlife and land mammals.
From the Far North of Alaska to the Deep South there is a wealth of national and provincial parks teeming with life. Although you can see a huge number of creatures on your travels the most popular we have highlighted below.
Bears are native to North America and may be found in most regions where there is suitable habitat. You may see them near the road as you drive, but for enthusiasts we offer some very special packages.
Many species from marine birds to songbirds can be found in North America. Prime viewing throughout, but outstanding spots are Newfoundland, Alaska, Texas and Arizona.
Best time to view whales is from June to September. Small ship cruising holidays are an excellent way to see these magnificent creatures but there are many excursions that can be taken. Among the best areas for viewing are Bay of Fundy, Gulf of St Lawrence, Vancouver Island, Newfoundland, Manitoba, Alaska and California.Request Callback Make Online Enquiry
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Churchill Wild specializes in ground-level walking tours through the polar bear inhabited regions of Arctic Canada. We own and operate the only remote lodges on Canada’s Hudson Bay coast, which is home to the largest and most accessible polar bear population on the planet. We pioneered Polar Bear Walking Safaris in 1994 and have been offering up-close polar bear encounters from July through November ever since with a 100% success rate in every season, due to our wildly exclusive locations. We invite you to join us!
Join the World’s Next Great Safari™ and take a walk on the wild side deep in the heart of polar bear country! Meet polar bears face-to-face and swim with beluga whales, all while enjoying world-class service, accommodations and cuisine from the comfort of the only fly-in Polar Bear Eco-Lodges on the planet.