Endicott Arm, Dawes Glacier

May 29, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Bird


National Geographic Sea Bird crosses the terminal moraine in Holkham Bay amidst Arctic terns early this morning. Sculpted glacial ice of various sizes, shapes, and hues thicken as we enter and proceed up Endicott Arm. We explore the last part of the arm by Zodiac to gain spectacular views of the Dawes Glacier, one of the few remaining tidewater glaciers in Southeast Alaska. We kayak away the afternoon in Seven Mile Cove, absorbing the grandeur of the surrounding landscape. It is the final feather in our caps as our trip and time together come to a close.

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Daniel Baldwin

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An educator at heart, Dan finds great joy in opening doors for others to explore and connect with the world around them. He has taught marine sciences in the Florida Keys and on Catalina Island, and science and math in international schools in Mexico, Costa Rica, and the South Pacific. 

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