British Columbia’s Inside Passage

Sep 04, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Lion


National Geographic Sea Lion spent the day headed south through the narrow straits that make up the inside passage of British Columbia. The passage was a green belt of red cedar and towering Sitka spruce. Waterfalls cascaded into the ocean, cutting white steaks into the otherwise impenetrable rain forest. On the ship, the bow was full of eager searchers, looking for the wildlife that lurk in the hidden straits. A humpback whale put on a friendly performance, logging at the surface. At the same time a pod of Dall’s Porpoise came to play on the ships bow! A successful day of wildlife viewing with stunning landscape to accent the photos.

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Adam Maire

Naturalist/Expedition Diver

Naturalist, underwater videographer, captain, and historian, Adam Maire is dedicated to exploring around the globe with a goal of researching, documenting, and teaching others about the beauty, the power and the importance of the earth’s wild places. With degrees in animal science, history and a Scuba Diving Instructor certification, he is passionate about finding extraordinary ways to help others understand the links between the worlds that exist both above and below the surface of the ocean. As a temperate and cold-water diver, he is able to capture video and images of rarely seen marine life to create real connections with the underwater world.

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