Day two of our Lords of the Arctic program started with dog sledding.
This was the first time we spent extended time outside and the temperature was -23°C.
I took off my gloves to snap a photo of this gray jay Continue reading “Lords of the Arctic – Day 2”
After a productive morning with ample bear sightings, we stopped by the bay for a quick picnic lunch.
Outside, the temperature was -17°C .
and we didn’t have to go far to see more bears… Continue reading “Lords of the Arctic”
We’ve been out on the tundra for almost an hour…
So far no bears… Continue reading “Did I See a Polar Bear?”
When our Saab 340 turboprop landed in Churchill, the captain switched off cabin lights, and the world around us turned pitch black.
Churchill is a remote town in northern Manitoba, on the west shore of Hudson Bay – the second-largest bay in the world. Continue reading “Churchill, Canada”
It was once again 23:00 Greenland time
we were out on the water Continue reading “Midnight Kayak”
My fourth day in Greenland – I decided to take it easy.
I revisited the blue trail that I walked on the first day under the midnight sun. Only this time I was more relaxed and observant. Continue reading “Back to Ilulissat”
I woke up at four in the morning, lying in bed listening to the sound of my surroundings. At first, it was total silence – then birds chirping, gentle waves brushing the shore, and…glacier rumbling in the distance…
Was there another calving? I got up and rushed to the window… Continue reading “Hike to the Delta”
Eqip Sermia is one of the most active glaciers in Greenland. It is about 4 kilometers wide and up to 200 meters tall.
Continue reading “Boat Trip to Eqi Glacier – Part 3”