Today we woke up anchored next to North Seymour, a small island full of nesting seabirds. Blue-footed boobies and male frigatebirds are some of our guests’ favorite species. Reptiles also made stellar appearances, including lava lizards and land and marine iguanas. Racer snakes even crossed our path! In the afternoon, we tried out our snorkel gear in the beautiful waters of Rábida. Later, we took a sunset stroll along the beach with our photo instructors to photograph sea lions and mockingbirds.
- Daily Expedition Reports
- 26 Feb 2023
North Seymour and Rábida Islands, 2/26/2023, National Geographic Endeavour II
- Aboard the National Geographic Endeavour II
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