A few days ago, our group ventured out toward the coastline in a Tundra Buggy. While navigating through the uneven terrain, the group observed wildlife, enjoyed the landscapes, battled with mosquitos, and returned to the research centre with camera memory cards full. By evening, each student presented their favorite photo-of-the-day, and Nat Geo Expert and leaders, Matthias, Alex, and Andrew, then had the difficult job of judging and awarding the top three photos. Below are the results!

The reflection in the window displays a National Geographic student staring straight ahead as the 
Tundra Buggy roars through the beaten down path of the scenic, subarctic terrain of Churchill, Manitoba, in Canada.

The reflection in the window displays a National Geographic student staring straight ahead as the 
Tundra Buggy roars through the beaten down path of the scenic, subarctic terrain of Churchill, Manitoba, in Canada.

An arctic tern poised to protect its nest

An arctic tern poised to protect its nest

Tundra Buggy driver, Jim Baldwin, guides a National Geographic expedition through the wildlife-enriched terrain of Churchill, Manitoba.

Tundra Buggy driver, Jim Baldwin, guides a National Geographic expedition through the wildlife-enriched terrain of Churchill, Manitoba.

As bonus, here’s a video that we hope conveys the fun we had!