Point Bridget State Park, Alaska

Jul 28, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Bird


Every day, our expedition begins with adventure here in Southeast Alaska. Our staff scouted a new area this morning known as Point Bridget State Park. As the tide rose throughout the morning, the beach landing contained large rocks teeming with wildlife from the intertidal zone. Further inland, the high tide line met the sedges and grasses that composed a beautiful meadow where trails began. The pathway before us was forked—one trail extending further into the meadow to the west; the other avenue heading into the lush forest to the south. Guests got the opportunity to choose between a forest hike, a meadow hike, and an elevation hike that lead to a small lake. Each entailed wondrous wildlife and breathtaking scenery. Aboard National Geographic Sea Bird, we had much to be thankful for. Point Bridget State Park—a place not easily forgotten.

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Nick Brown

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Born and raised on the edge of the Mojave Desert, Nick was accustomed to hot dry days, far from the ocean. Everything changed when he attended California State University Monterey Bay, a short 1.5 miles from the beaches of Central California. This is where Nick’s passion for the water developed and completely engulfed his life. He quickly changed his concentration in college to Marine Science, allowing him to further dive into the underwater world.

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