After a rest and a great big stretch, the mother bear decided it was time to move around a bit. (Part 1 can be found here.)
She strolled along the shore of the wetland, investigating and foraging, activity that helps to pass the time and relieve boredom.
This is the twelfth post in a series on my journey to Churchill, Manitoba, to see Polar Bears including a visit to Riding Mountain National Park. Click the journey to Churchill link to see all the posts. The most recent post will appear first. When you reach the end of the page, click "older post" to continue with the series.
Next: A Dog Sled Experience
Visit my sketchbook page on Polar Bears
Click here for Part 1--Polar Bears on the Hudson Bay
Link to my Polar Bear videoEcological Society of America
Ecological Applications report of decline of Polar Bears
Hudson Bay Buggies and Bears with Rail Travel Tours
Learn about Polar Bears
History of Churchill from Churchill Science
the impact of sea ice decline