Monthly Archives: January 2014

Galápagos Park Rangers Protect Nesting Turtles, Mating Sea Lions

They are like ninjas, dressed completely in black, spying and moving stealthily in the night to avoid detection. These are not military commandos, but rather Galápagos National Park Rangers, monitoring the nesting activities of green sea turtles. Continue Reading →

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A Galápagos Docu-Noir

If it were a work of Hollywood fiction, the pitch line for the movie might be: “It’s The Blue Lagoon meets Macbeth.” Instead, “The Galápagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden,” a film that just played to two sold-out screenings at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, is a documentary. In a mostly fascinating though sometimes meandering fashion, it tells the story of settlers who found their dreams of paradise dashed on the volcanic rocks of Floreana Island. (TO READ MORE, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE ABOVE) Continue Reading →

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