Fox Creek, Dundas Bay

Jun 26, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Lion

What a day! We had some more sunny weather and lovely adventures. While we slept last night, we cruised up Chatham Strait, waking upon sunrise the beautiful Icy Strait north of Chichagof Island. Our day started in the Fox Creek area, where small groups went ashore to explore the forest and the beach while others kayaked around Shaw Island. During lunch we moved north into Glacier Bay National Park, where we spent the afternoon exploring Dundas Bay on foot and by Zodiac. We had wonderful wildflowers, incredible wildlife tracks, and a number of sea otters in the bay!

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Gemina Garland-Lewis

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Gemina Garland-Lewis is a Seattle-based photographer, EcoHealth researcher, and National Geographic Explorer with experience in 30 countries across six continents. She first picked up a camera when she was 12 years old and proceeded to spend the better part of high school in the darkroom in her hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Both her photography and research explore the myriad connections between humans, animals, and their shared environments.  She is passionate about integrating the worlds of visual storytelling and research to develop new ways of communicating social and environmental issues to broader audiences and building unique platforms for education and outreach. She is a past recipient of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, during which she spent a year of travel in seven countries focusing on different cultural relationships with whales and whaling. She has worked as a trip leader and photography teacher for National Geographic Student Expeditions since 2010, leading in Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Tanzania, and Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks. Her photography and writing have been featured by National Geographic News, National Geographic Adventure, and REI, among others.

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