The Naturalist continues with its second installment about host Carol Butler's recent trip to the Galapagos islands. This week it's all about the animals that inhabit this amazing environment. Tune in for an episode chock-full of blue-footed boobies, albatrosses, penguins and sea lions, oh my! Learn everything from bird mating rituals, how the frigate bird got its name, and even learn to tell the difference between land and marine iguanas. This episode is sponsored by Hearst Ranch
"Anybody who's interested in animals of the natural world, it should be your amibtion to get to the Galapagos islands . . . It's like a zoo without the cages!"
"It's very unusual to see penguins that close to the equator."
"Albatrosses only come to land to breed. . and there is one place in the world where albatrosses breed and we were there!"
"[Marine] Iguanas have learned how to eat underwater because there's no competition down there."
Carol Butler and Bernie Wides on The Naturalist