Dundas Bay, Glacier Bay National Park

Aug 12, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Lion


Today we awoke in Icy Strait, a passage named by George Vancouver heading out towards the northern opening of the inside waters. Eventually we turned into Dundas Bay, a large bay within the vicinity of Glacier Bay National Park. There we went kayaking, hiking, and exploring in our expedition watercraft. The wildlife in Dundas was varied and plentiful- otters, heron, and bear. Eventually tired and fulfilled we turned out of Dundas, back into the waters of Icy Strait.

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Kayvon Malek

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In 2011 Kayvon’s life changed when he took his first breath underwater. After signing up for a SCUBA course on a whim while studying at the University of California, Santa Cruz he soon shifted his major and focus in life. He graduated in 2015 after studying Environmental Studies and Biology, focusing on marine conservation. By that time, he was an AAUS certified Scientific Diver aiding in field research, a NAUI Divemaster, and had begun working at the Monterey Bay Aquarium sharing the wonder of the ocean that captivated him four years prior.

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