Dundas Bay, Glacier Bay, and Fox Creek

May 30, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Lion

After spending the night at a quiet anchorage in Icy Strait, National Geographic Sea Lion lifted its anchor and headed toward Dundas Bay, one of the more remote bays in Glacier Bay National Park. Our plans got slightly delayed by a wonderful encounter with a pod of killer whales right at the mouth of the Dundas River! So, after spending an hour in the company of these incredible mammals, and on a perfect morning, we continued to our anchorage. From there we had the option of several exploratory hikes or going for a long Zodiac cruise into the depths of this wilderness waterway. During lunch our vessel repositioned a short distance just off Fox Creek for our afternoon activities of kayaking around the Shaw Islands, or several choices of hikes along the creek!

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Rich Kirchner

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Rich Kirchner has worked as a naturalist in Antarctica, Alaska, the Bering Sea, Baja and the High Arctic, including Svalbard, Greenland, the Canadian Arctic and Iceland, along with other destinations. His 33 years as a professional wildlife photographer has granted him international publication credits included in magazines such as Geo Germany, Geo France, Natural History, Audubon, National Wildlife and Ranger Rick, as well as more than a hundred books.

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