Mar 21, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Bird
Yesterday we Left San Ignacio Lagoon behind. On our long way south to San Jose del Cabo, we stopped to spend the morning in Bahia Magdalena. We went ashore in a place called Manowar Cove, not too far from Point Belcher. The water’s surface in the lagoon was flat, and the conditions were calm and beautiful. An occasional sea lion, dolphin, eared grebe or pelican would break the water’s surface every now and then.
The dive team went out to explore at the bay underwater. We rarely get the opportunity to dive here, so we chose a place by just looking at the depth on the navigation charts. Other than the depth, we had no idea what we could find under the surface. As we descended, the water was green, and it became increasingly dark. At about fifty-five feet, we reached the sandy bottom, which was covered in algae. These are some of the creatures we found today. We could share the video with everyone, and invite them for a moment into the depths of Bahia Magdalena.
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