2022 Research Cruise to Revillagigedos (April 19-28), day 3
We are arriving at Isla Clarion this morning and are seeing lots of boobies as we approach. The bird team is busy so far.
Everyone is very excited to be at our first island. Yesterday the group shared presentations and meetings about logistics. They each inspected their gear so that any bits of plants or dirt are removed and not transferred to a remote island where exotic species could be damaging. Most of the researchers will spend tonight on the island in order to assess species active during nocturnal and dawn hours.
The weather is overcast and the seas are calm with light winds. We are here for 2.5 days and then we will travel to Isla Soccorro.