Bahia Almejas, Magdalena Bay

Mar 12, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Bird

National Geographic Sea Bird began the day in Bahia Almejas, the southern part of Magdalena Bay. The morning brought a rare treat for the desert—rain. But the clouds and drizzle didn’t last long and our boats headed out for a round of whale watching. Adult gray whales surrounded us at the mouth of the bay. On the way back to the ship, we stopped to watch frigatebirds dance around in the sky. In the afternoon, the ship headed north and we enjoyed a sunset hike through the beautiful sand dunes to Sand Dollar Beach.

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About the Author

Adam Maire

Undersea Specialist

Naturalist, underwater videographer, captain, and historian, Adam Maire is dedicated to exploring around the globe with a goal of researching, documenting, and teaching others about the beauty, the power and the importance of the earth’s wild places. With degrees in animal science, history and a Scuba Diving Instructor certification, he is passionate about finding extraordinary ways to help others understand the links between the worlds that exist both above and below the surface of the ocean. As a temperate and cold-water diver, he is able to capture video and images of rarely seen marine life to create real connections with the underwater world.

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Dave Katz

Video Chronicler

As a family growing up in the Finger Lakes region of New York, free time was spent in the outdoors. Dave’s mother, an earth science and biology teacher turned weekend hikes into informative lessons. The beautiful gorges, lakes and forests made a lasting impression.

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