Lake Eva

Jul 02, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Lion

We sailed out of Sitka Harbor last night under a clear sky and calm seas. We awoke this morning in picturesque Sitkoh Bay to black-tailed Sitka deer foraging on the shoreline, and just slightly further on, two brown bears lumbering at a distance. Later, we saw the telltale blow of humpback whales in a nearby cove and ventured closer to observe a mother and calf peacefully feeding. We spent the second half of our day on Lake Eva hiking in the characteristic Southeast Alaskan rainforest and kayaking the rich waters where river meets sea.

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Robyn Wilson

Wellness Specialist

Robyn was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Her favorite pastime in her youth was spending time on or near the oceans, either on the beautiful beaches of Miami or on boats in the surrounding waters. She became certified to scuba dive at the age of 16 and was profoundly enamored with the ocean deep, a passion that has endured throughout her life. She remains an avid advanced and rescue scuba diver. At the age of 20 Robyn embarked on a lifetime of professional and pleasure worldwide sailing adventures. Hiking and camping in the wilderness anywhere in the world, but especially the beautiful Pacific Northwest, has also always been a healthy obsession of hers.

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Doug Loneman

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Doug grew up hunting in the woods and fields of Iowa before moving to Montana where he developed a deep appreciation for the fragility and beauty of nature and he put away guns and picked up a camera.

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Julio Rodriguez

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Born and raised in Ecuador, the son of Spanish and American parents, Julio developed a passion for storytelling and environmental conservation at an early age. After majoring in History at Carleton College (Minnesota), with a thesis on the Basque anti-Franco movement, he taught English in Spain and made short promotional films for an energy efficiency company in India and two environmental conservation NGOs in Greece and Galapagos. 

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