Daily Expedition Reports
Los títeres and El barril

Dexter Sear, Video Chronicler, March 2020

  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 01 Mar 2020

Los títeres and El barril

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion
  • Baja California

During the night Captain David Sinclair and officers, repositioned National Geographic Sea Lion to the inner part of the canal at Puerto Adolfo Lopez Mateos, a place locally known as Los Titeres (“the puppets”), where we could have the opportunity to observe more mothers and calves. We went out early in the morning in two groups, and we had good experiences with some of the whales in the area. For the afternoon, we finished our activities doing kayaks and Zodiac tours at El Barril, another lagoon surrounded by mangroves, inside the Bay of Magdalena where these migratory gray whales thrive.

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