Genovesa Island

Feb 01, 2019 - National Geographic Endeavour II

We spent our last day anchored inside the caldera of Genovesa Island. This isolated island is the northeastern-most island of the archipelago. Inhabited by hundreds of thousands of birds, this tiny island offered our guests the best up close experience on two walks: Darwin’s Beach and Prince Phillips Steps. This was also our chance to see the red-footed boobies up close. Genovesa is a jewel of the Galapagos. Because it is far from the other islands, we are fortunate to visit this spectacular, enchanted island of birds.

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Alex Joseph

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Alex was born and raised in Alabama. First living in a state park on the Tennessee River then growing up on Alabama’s white sand beaches, he has always had an affinity for nature and wildlife. Alex started his professional career while studying film at the University of Alabama. Working as a news cameraman, he covered President Obama’s inauguration and received three Associated Press awards. After graduating, Alex left news to enter the documentary world. Shortly after, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill happened, and he moved back home to Gulf Shores to document the tragedy for the city. This led him to Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic with whom he has traveled around the world, chronicling the adventures of these once-in-a lifetime trips.

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