I was fortunate enough to be invited to volunteer on a mentored Snow Goose hunt in Manitoba's Wapusk National Park. This park also is known for having the largest number of denning Polar Bears in the World and is located on the shores of Hudson Bay in Northern Manitoba. While we didn't see any Polar Bears, one group did spot a Barren Grounds Grizzle, so that was exciting! The hunt took place at an out-camp that is located about 70 miles from Churchill, Manitoba. There are no roads of any kind and we were flown into camp via helicopter. The Hudson Bay lowlands is where a large percentage of North America's Snow Goose population comes to nest and raise their young. This area is by far the best place to shoot Snow Geese in the world. The entire mid-contentment population funnels directly through this area each spring and during the 2 week period they move through the area you will literally be shooting non-stop from sunrise to sunset. Up there, is no morning flight or evening flight, it lasts all day, a steady stream of geese by the hundreds of thousands. The goal of the program was to teach the youth how to be safe, ethical hunters and harvest as many Snow Geese as possible to help save the negative impact they have on the fragile Tangia and Tundra landscape. The hunters would share these geese which among Churchill's Elders and used in a community feast.