Many of us love to travel, and when we do, we often enjoy the birds and wildlife of far away places. We hope you saw and enjoyed Part I of Valerie and Mark Doane’s recent trip to the Southern Hemisphere, where it is spring during our fall. Along with her narrative, she has included a blog site of many beautiful photos where you will see more examples of birds in love as we celebrate Valentine’s Day!
And if you have taken a trip and enjoyed doing a bit of bird watching, please send us an email as we’d love to share your story and photos! Thanks!
This is the second installment of photos from our October/November Antarctica trip. These were taken in the South Georgia Islands at various bays and harbors. Featured are: King Penguins, The Oakum Boys, South-Georgia Shags, Giant Petrels, Grey-headed Albatross, Light-Mantled Albatross, Brown Skuas, Elephant Seals, Fur Seals and a small number of other birds. The entire 14-day expedition we sighted 77 different bird species and 18 different mammal species.
Click this link to view but first read a few factoids below about the Kings and Elephant Seals. https://valeriedoane.myportfolio.com/south-georgia