Endicott Arm

Aug 06, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Lion


Our entire day today was spent enjoying the gorgeous wilderness area of Endicott Arm. This is a stunning glacially carved fjord with endless views, incredible ice sculptures, and a majestic tidewater glacier. In the morning, we explored the side fjord of Ford’s terror, and the afternoon was spent in the world of ice at the face of Dawes Glacier. What an incredible first day in Southeast Alaska.

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Mike learned early on that the best way to escape Ohio was to become a marine biologist.  During college at Wittenberg University he attended a semester at Duke University's Marine Lab — that time only confirmed his love for all things oceanic and maritime.  After graduation, Mike promptly moved to Catalina Island in California where he taught marine biology to school kids.  Since 1999, Mike has been working and traveling chasing his three loves: marine critters, photography, and birds.

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