Inian Islands and Fox Creek

Sep 06, 2017 - National Geographic Sea Bird


Waves and upwelling water at the Inian Islands took everyone for quite a ride this morning! All of the wildlife were feasting and taking advantage of the ripping currents. We saw diving birds, sea otters crunching on crabs, Stellar sea lions thrashing salmon into bits, and humpbacks surfacing all around. The afternoon brought more mist and smiles as hikers explored Fox Creek and kayakers cruised the coastline. 

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Emily Newton

Naturalist/Expedition Diver

Emily was raised in the mountains of Central Oregon, where she spent much of her time on the back of a horse. Her fascination with marine science began with family vacations to British Columbia, where she explored tidepools, captured sculpins, inspected limpets, and watched resident killer whales hunt, play, and rest in Johnstone Strait.

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Brian Christiansen

Brian Christiansen

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Brian is an adventure seeker traveling the planet in search of deeper connections with our world's complex ecology.  Brought up in Utah, home to some of the most dramatic margins a coastal desert can offer so far inland, his appreciation for protecting our precious places runs deep. He holds a degree in motion picture, video and theatre arts from Montana State University, a school dedicated to broadening students' horizons by allowing them to explore curriculums well outside their major.

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