Straight from the Galapagos

written by | Posted on February 9th, 2012

A Brown Pelican takes a break from fishing on the rocky shoreline of Floreana Island.

A Brown Pelican takes a break from fishing on the rocky shoreline of Floreana Island.

Sea lion mom gives her pup a nuzzle of encouragement.

Sea lion mom gives her pup a nuzzle of encouragement.

Galapagos' famous residents, the marine iguana.

Galapagos' famous residents, the marine iguana.

A Galagos hawk stands guard over the National Park on Hood Island.

A Galagos hawk stands guard over the National Park on Hood Island.

This little Galapagos sea lion pup just came out of the sea on Hood Island, obviously looking for mom.

This little Galapagos sea lion pup just came out of the sea on Hood Island, obviously looking for mom.

A Nazca Booby flying on patrol over Floreana Island.

A Nazca Booby flying on patrol over Floreana Island.

A Nazca Booby preens, while a male marine iguana looks on at hood Island.

A Nazca Booby preens, while a male marine iguana looks on at hood Island.

A marine iguana eavesdrops on a pair of chatting Swallow Tailed gulls on Hood Island.

A marine iguana eavesdrops on a pair of chatting Swallow Tailed gulls on Hood Island.

The colorful Sally Lightfoot crab stakes out his territory.

The colorful Sally Lightfoot crab stakes out his territory.

A Cerro Brujo comes in for a landing at Kicker Rock on San Cristobal Island.

A Cerro Brujo comes in for a landing at Kicker Rock on San Cristobal Island.

Explore the Galapagos aboard Lindblad Expeditions' M.S. National Geographic Explorer Endeavour and savor the rich wildlife of the Ecuadoran islands as you enjoy the adventure of a lifetime.

Explore the Galapagos aboard Lindblad Expeditions' M.S. National Geographic Explorer Endeavour and savor the rich wildlife of the Ecuadoran islands as you enjoy the adventure of a lifetime.

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A Brown Pelican takes a break from fishing on the rocky shoreline of Floreana Island.Sea lion mom gives her pup a nuzzle of encouragement.Galapagos' famous residents, the marine iguana.A Galagos hawk stands guard over the National Park on Hood Island.This little Galapagos sea lion pup just came out of the sea on Hood Island, obviously looking for mom.A Nazca Booby flying on patrol over Floreana Island.A Nazca Booby preens, while a male marine iguana looks on at hood Island.A marine iguana eavesdrops on a pair of chatting Swallow Tailed gulls on Hood Island.The colorful Sally Lightfoot crab stakes out his territory.A Cerro Brujo comes in for a landing at Kicker Rock on San Cristobal Island.Explore the Galapagos aboard Lindblad Expeditions' M.S. National Geographic Explorer Endeavour and savor the rich wildlife of the Ecuadoran islands as you enjoy the adventure of a lifetime.FeatGalapagos