Halleck Harbor & Red Bluff Bay

Jun 25, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Lion


Today really highlighted the geology of Southeast Alaska. Starting in Halleck Harbor, the huge limestone cliffs preserved fossils millions of years old. Heading up Chatham Strait on this clear day showed off the mountainous Baranof Island. Red Bluff Bay highlighted red-weathering peridotite rock, which was something I learned today about this area.

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Kim Nesbitt

Naturalist/Expedition Diver

Kim is a marine biologist, adventure photographer, and full-time nomad. Not a fan of having her feet solidly on the ground, she spends most of the year diving, paragliding, skiing, hiking, kayaking, and working on ships. She made it to all seven continents by age 24 and still has plenty of traveling left to do.

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