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Hudson Bay Collection

"Discover the Majestic Beauty of Hudson Bay: A Haven for Polar Bears and Inuit Culture" Immerse yourself in the breathtaking wonders of Hudson Bay

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar Bears with pink hearts MA1574

Polar Bears with pink hearts MA1574
TOM-1157-M Polar Bears with pink hearts Ursus maritimus Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Inukshuk, Inuit stone landmark, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Inukshuk, Inuit stone landmark, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Canada, Manitoba, Churchill. Polar bears on frozen tundra

Canada, Manitoba, Churchill. Polar bears on frozen tundra. Credit as: Mike Grandmaison / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: EXPL2A-00284

EXPL2A-00284
Early map of Hudsons Strait and Hudsons Bay, 1662, in Arctic Canada. Hand-colored 19th-century woodcut reproduction

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: EXPL2A-00184

EXPL2A-00184
Part of the 1613 Samuel de Champlain map of New France. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century reproduction of the original ma

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Canada, Manitoba

Canada, Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Churchill. Sleeping polar bear

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Silverfox (red fox) (Vulpes vulpes), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Silverfox (red fox) (Vulpes vulpes), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: SIEUR D IBERVILLE (1661-1706). Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d Iberville. French-Canadian soldier

SIEUR D IBERVILLE (1661-1706). Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d Iberville. French-Canadian soldier and colonist. Ibervilles defeat of the English ships on Hudson Bay, 1697

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar Bear Mother protecting cubs, Ursus maritimus, taiga, Churchill, Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Canada

Polar Bear Mother protecting cubs, Ursus maritimus, taiga, Churchill, Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Canada
Michael Nolan / SplashdownDirect

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar bear cubs (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Polar bear cubs (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Landscape, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Landscape, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Inukshuk and Grain Terminal on shore of Hudson Bay in Churchill, Polar Bear Capital of the World

Inukshuk and Grain Terminal on shore of Hudson Bay in Churchill, Polar Bear Capital of the World. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Sunrise on Hudson Bay coastline Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Sunrise on Hudson Bay coastline Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Iceberg stranded on the coastal shoreline of Hudson Bay at sunset. Hudson Bay Lowlands

Iceberg stranded on the coastal shoreline of Hudson Bay at sunset. Hudson Bay Lowlands. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) sow and two cubs walking on the frozen tundra along the Hudson Bay

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) sow and two cubs walking on the frozen tundra along the Hudson Bay coastline Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Polar Bear (Ursa maritimus) on sub-arctic Hudson Bay ice, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Polar Bear (Ursa maritimus) on sub-arctic Hudson Bay ice, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Carte re´duite des de´couvertes des Russes, entre l'Asie et l'Amerique, (1747?)

Carte re´duite des de´couvertes des Russes, entre l'Asie et l'Amerique, (1747?). This French map of Alaska, Siberia, and the North Pacific, published in 1747

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Alpha male Timber wolf (Canis lupus lycaon) hunting in snow, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Alpha male Timber wolf (Canis lupus lycaon) hunting in snow, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: South Knife River, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

South Knife River, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Kayak at South Knife River, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Kayak at South Knife River, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Reindeer antlers, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Reindeer antlers, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Train near Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Train near Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Crashed plane Miss Piggy near Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Crashed plane Miss Piggy near Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Royal Canadian Railway, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Royal Canadian Railway, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Cree-Bible, Parks Canada Visitor Centre, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Cree-Bible, Parks Canada Visitor Centre, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Arctic hare (Lepus arcticus) in Northern Manitoba, Canada

Arctic hare (Lepus arcticus) in Northern Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Red fox (vulpes vulpes) in Northern Manitoba, Canada

Red fox (vulpes vulpes) in Northern Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Sea ice pattern of the frozen Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Sea ice pattern of the frozen Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Wake up

Wake up
Siyu and Wei Photography

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Baby polar bears

Baby polar bears
Siyu and Wei Photography

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Alpha pair of a cloud wolf pack

Alpha pair of a cloud wolf pack
Siyu and Wei Photography

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Matriarch Timber wolf (Canis lupus lycaon) sitting next to alpha male standing in snow

Matriarch Timber wolf (Canis lupus lycaon) sitting next to alpha male standing in snow. Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Wolves of Hudson Bay, Canis lupus

Wolves of Hudson Bay, Canis lupus
5893745 Wolves of Hudson Bay, Canis lupus. by Smellie, William (1697-1763); (add.info.: Wolves of Hudson Bay, Canis lupus, in the Gardens of the Zoological Society, London)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Shooting Ptarmigan (engraving)

Shooting Ptarmigan (engraving)
3649913 Shooting Ptarmigan (engraving) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Shooting Ptarmigan)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: The Trading-Store (engraving)

The Trading-Store (engraving)
3649896 The Trading-Store (engraving) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Trading-Store)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Dog-cariole Travelling (colour litho)

Dog-cariole Travelling (colour litho)
3649892 Dog-cariole Travelling (colour litho) by Groome, William Henry Charles (1881-1914); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dog-cariole Travelling)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: The Trading Store (colour litho)

The Trading Store (colour litho)
3649891 The Trading Store (colour litho) by Groome, William Henry Charles (1881-1914); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Trading Store)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: A large wolf bounds towards him, landing almost at his feet (colour litho)

A large wolf bounds towards him, landing almost at his feet (colour litho)
3649890 A large wolf bounds towards him, landing almost at his feet (colour litho) by Groome, William Henry Charles (1881-1914); Private Collection; (add.info.: A large wolf bounds towards him)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Tracking (colour litho)

Tracking (colour litho)
3649888 Tracking (colour litho) by Groome, William Henry Charles (1881-1914); Private Collection; (add.info.: Tracking. Illustration for Hudson Bay by Robert Michael Ballantyne (Thomas Nelson)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Henry Hudson landing at Hudson Bay (colour litho)

Henry Hudson landing at Hudson Bay (colour litho)
3095848 Henry Hudson landing at Hudson Bay (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Henry Hudson landing at Hudson Bay)

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Map of Canada, published Paris, 1703 (hand-coloured engraving)

Map of Canada, published Paris, 1703 (hand-coloured engraving)
NBY332310 Map of Canada, published Paris, 1703 (hand-coloured engraving) by Delisle, Guillaume (1675-1726) (after); 50x65 cm; Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois

Background imageHudson Bay Collection: Hudsons Bay company trading post in 1845, 1845 (engraving)

Hudsons Bay company trading post in 1845, 1845 (engraving)
3470671 Hudsons Bay company trading post in 1845, 1845 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; Peter Newark Pictures; English, out of copyright



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"Discover the Majestic Beauty of Hudson Bay: A Haven for Polar Bears and Inuit Culture" Immerse yourself in the breathtaking wonders of Hudson Bay, a captivating region nestled in Manitoba, Canada. This enchanting destination is not only home to magnificent polar bears but also boasts rich Inuit heritage and stunning landscapes. As you explore this Arctic paradise, be prepared to encounter heartwarming scenes that will leave you in awe. Picture adorable polar bear cubs frolicking with pink hearts (MA1574), symbolizing their playful nature against the backdrop of icy terrain. These majestic creatures are a testament to the resilience and beauty found within our natural world. Venture further into Churchill, known as the "Polar Bear Capital of the World, " where you'll witness iconic landmarks like the Inukshuk—a traditional stone structure crafted by indigenous communities as a symbol of guidance and protection. Feel inspired by its significance as it stands tall amidst vast expanses, guiding travelers on their journey through this pristine wilderness. Wapusk National Park offers an unparalleled opportunity to witness mother polar bears nurturing their precious triplets. Marvel at these tender moments as they navigate through snow-covered landscapes, teaching valuable life lessons while ensuring their young ones thrive in this harsh environment. The frozen tundra becomes your playground here—Canada's untamed north reveals itself with every step taken across its frosty plains. Capture unforgettable memories surrounded by endless white horizons (EXPL2A-00284), where solitude meets grandeur and serenity envelops your soul (EXPL2A-00184). Delve deeper into history as you learn about Pierre Le Moyne Sieur d'Iberville—an influential French-Canadian soldier who left his mark on this land centuries ago. His legacy intertwines with Hudson Bay's narrative, adding layers of cultural richness that enhance your exploration. Witness Ursus maritimus—the mighty polar bear mother—as she fiercely protects her cubs in the taiga of Churchill.