North Seymour & Rabida Island

May 27, 2018 - National Geographic Endeavour II

As the sun rises on our first full day of adventure, we start exploring North Seymour Island. The enthusiasm is high as all are able to encounter frigatebirds, as the males inflate their red gular sacs, trying to attract females. Blue-footed boobies dance, showing off their feet as an attractant, while land iguanas slowly move upon the path. Galapagos sea lions and fur seals are found in abundance along the coast. A disturbance on the water alerts us to the amount of fish feeding.

Entering into the afternoon at Radiba Island, we encounter the marine life in abundance as we enter into the world of the ocean. It was an amazing day, allowing our guests to experience a taste of the diversity of life here in the Galapagos Archipelago.

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Jason Heilmann

Expedition Leader

Growing up in northern California, Jason was surrounded by the incomparable nature of the Pacific Northwest. While attending university there, Jason met and eventually married an Ecuadorian woman who happened to be from a small group of islands off the coast of western South America. It was thus that Jason’s path led him to Ecuador and, in time, to one of the most revered natural environments on earth, the Galápagos Islands.

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