Daily Expedition Reports
Kodiak Island
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 19 Jul 2019

Kodiak Island

  • Aboard the National Geographic Orion
  • Alaska
All on board National Geographic Orion were excited this morning as the ship let go our anchor in Kalsin Bay on Kodiak Island. Deploying our fleet of expedition watercraft, we quickly fanned out to explore the myriad reefs and islets that are to be found in this bay. Our efforts were rewarded with sightings of sea otters, harbor seals, and a plethora of different sea birds. The morning highlight was undoubtedly a trio of humpback whales, subsurface feeding in the mirror flat waters of the bay. Our afternoon was spent in the main city of Kodiak! While some explored the city itself, others enjoyed the beautiful nature surrounding the outskirts of the city looking for birds, or hiking to Fort Abercrombie, or simply meandering the cultured trails with their cameras. Kodiak has something for everyone!

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