Gulf of California

Best photos from the best trip!
by -- April 9th, 2011

Everyone’s top 3 photos.

CAITLIN

Some of the little hermit crabs in the tide pools on the north side of Tiburon Island.

Caitlin 2

Sunrise over the mountains at our campsite on Tiburon Island.
After the Seri sang some of their songs, people mingled and chilled by the camp fire.

KIM

Nari multi-tasking: reading our discussion paper and hula hooping.
An osprey carrying a branch back to the nest.
Blue-footed boobies.

KIRBY

Callo fishermen working in the Infernillo channel.
View of the Infernillo channel from Punta Chueca.
View of Guaymas and our boat.

LUKE

 

Part our class on the panga Johanna arriving at the Seri campsite.
Saguaro cactus that takes up to 100 years to grow one side arm.
Blue-footed boobies.

MARY

Birds of Tiburon.
Boys fishing near the campsite.
Saylor, the callo fishing panga.

MATEJA

Sperm whale dives off the southern coast of Tiburon Island

Sperm whale dives off the southern coast of Tiburon Island
Harvesting callos (pen shells)
Can You See Me Now?

SHARON

Clautilde, one of the Seri elders.
View from our campsite on Tiburon Island.
Silhouettes of sea lions on San Pedro Nolasco during sunset.

TED

The most important part of the kitchen- where all the magic happens.
It was amazing how many bones were present on the beaches on Tiburon Island and how much the types varied (fish, turtle, mammal, bird).
This is a hollow sphere covered in spiny branches built by a cactus wren as a nest I found in the desert while we were camping.

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