Glacier Bay National Park
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 24 Jun 2021

Glacier Bay National Park, 6/24/2021, National Geographic Venture

  • Aboard the National Geographic Venture
  • Alaska

The early riser guests aboard the National Geographic Venture awoke this morning to some gray skies, occasional drizzle, and patchy fog – typical weather for Southeast Alaska. Undaunted, we donned rain gear and headed out on deck to see what the day had to offer. Glaciers, brown bears, sea otters, bald eagles, and tufted puffins were just some of the highlights of our full day in Glacier Bay National Park.


Some of the Junior Rangers today were inspired to write about their day and Glacier Bay National Park.



Cole Akers, age 8

Glaciers are so cool

We had fun in Glacier Bay

You can visit them


Micaela Akers, age 11:

Birds and Animals

We learned so much here today

Glacier Bay was great!


Blake Templeton, age 12

Wilderness all around

Whales and bears for all to see

Think of the forest.

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