Palouse River

Apr 29, 2019 - National Geographic Quest

We woke up to a gorgeous morning at the mouth of the Palouse River, a tributary of the Snake river. Some of us went to the spectacular Palouse Falls, which cascade 198 feet into the basalt canyon beneath. Others went on a Zodiac cruise up the Palouse River, where we saw the beautiful surrounding canyon and wildlife, including golden eagles, prairie falcons, and red-tailed hawks. Still others chose to spend the morning kayaking. In the afternoon, naturalist Grace Winer gave an immersive presentation on local birds in the area.

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Aaron Raymond

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

R. Aaron Raymond started his career as an underwater photographer, which blossomed from his love of the ocean. He grew up on a sailboat diving for abalone off the coast of California. He loves to photograph landscapes, nature, and wildlife—anything that allows him to capture fleeting moments and showcase the interaction of light and the natural world. Aaron has photographed life on all sides of the planet, from the depths of Madagascar’s oceans to the heights of the Himalayas, which he crested at 18,500 feet via motorcycle. 

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