These wonderful creatures know exactly where to find the best water. @sararacamp remains a place of peace and solitude for wildlife populations despite any dry conditions in northern #Kenya. #natgeolodges#elephants
Photo by @alyssamadler. Cooperative bubble net feeding by #humpback whales in southeast #Alaska. In this social practice, several animals work together to create a net of ascending bubbles, trapping small fish for the entire group to feast on. #natgeoexpeditions
First full day in #NewZealand did not disappoint. We hiked along the coast of Abel Tasman National Park before arriving at our lodge tucked away in the forest. The water was green, the sand white, and the sun shining. Hard to beat. Photos by @laurakfarrell#natgeoexpeditions#natgeostaff
Photo by @kristarossow. Two young brown bear cubs explore the intertidal zone along the Pavlof Harbor in southeast #Alaska. Taken while traveling with #natgeoexpeditions aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion.
One of the best parts about these expeditions for me is what I can learn on a trip. We had speakers like Yolanda Kakabadse, the president of @world_wildlife speaking about global issues like Food Waste, and @meettheocean teaching us about plankton and the sea. It’s more than just a trip. You leave knowing way more than when you arrived. Chile was definitely an experience I’ll never forget. @drewtrush