Beluga Viewing in Churchill, Manitoba

July 25, 2011
Beluga whales migrate to the Churchill River in the summer to feed, give birth and molt their skin. Thousands congregate here and you can view them in a boat, Zodiac, kayak or even jump in and snorkel with them. In this video, we were caught in the rush of a a beluga feeding frenzy.
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