Cruising Chatham Strait/ Lake Eva

Aug 01, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Lion

This morning we cruised through Chatham Strait looking for whales and we were richly rewarded. We found a pod of killer whales, individual humpbacks, a group of “bubble net feeding” humpbacks, a female and her breeching calf, and several other humpbacks that breeched for us as well. It was an incredible morning.

In the afternoon we hiked the Lake Eva trail and marveled at the spectacular rain forest. Salmon swam in the stream and bald eagles flew overhead while kayakers were visited by harbor seals in the bay. After the landing, Christine and I enjoyed a fabulous dive on a nearby rock.

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Colin McNulty

Undersea Specialist

Colin grew up scuba diving with his family, and fell in love with the ocean at an early age.  He has been fortunate to dive in many exotic corners of the world, and to work on a number of undersea research projects studying whale sharks and several deep water fish species.  After graduating from the University of Vermont, he began working in various capacities aboard expedition ships.  During his travels he photographed and shared his adventures as a way of making remote areas and cultures more accessible.  It was in Santa Barbara, California that he learned how to photograph underwater, and combined two of his great passions, photography and the sea.  Exploring and documenting the vast richness, diversity, and beauty of the underwater world continues to be a lifelong endeavor.

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