A first-hand look at what it’s like to go scuba diving with a team of science students. Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Studies Jim Haw took this video of USC College student scientific divers swimming through a forest of kelp during a training dive at Catalina Island. Check out the scientific diving blog for more information: uscdiving.wordpress.com
Harbor Seal, playing and showing off at Catalina Island, near Johnson’s Rock, on January 4, 2009. Approx 45-50′ depth.
www.gadling.com In part one of our Catalina adventure, we surprised Aaron with a trip to the island for some quality undersea exploration. Now, join us as we explore more of the island for some zip lining, a tour of the famous Casino in Avalon, and yes, more scuba diving. Located 22 miles southwest of Los Angeles, Catalina Island has a rich history as a private island and as a tourist destination. On the couch, we’ll talk about some of the many people who have claimed ownership to the island and why Avalon’s iconic casino isn’t the gambling type, and how Catalina is looking to boost their tourism industry once more.
Went Parasailing in Catalina Island and the driver dipped me down into a school of dolphins. I swore one of those dolphins got smacked with my foot
K04 and K06 both came home to scavenge around their nest and see if they could dig up any goodies that might be edible. K06 finds one and K04 tries and tries to take it out of her beak. To watch this cam, go to: www.iws.org For more information on the Channel Island eagles and the restoration project, go to: www.iws.org