Exploring Alaska's Coastal Wilderness

Kayak along scenic coastlines and observe iconic Alaskan wildlife as you sail amid fjords, glaciers, and islands.

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 Glacier and mountains of Glacier Bay National Park  A glacier calving ice. Credit: Sven-Olof Lindblad  The town of Sitka. Credit: ©State of Alaska/Mark Kelley  St. Michael's Russian Orthodox Church in Sitka. Credit: ©State of Alaska/Mark Kelley  Travelers watching a brown bear, Tongass National Forest. Credit: Ralph Lee Hopkins  Bald eagle  Sea Otter near Sitka. Credit: Katherine Davis  Harbor seal at South Sawyer Glacier, Tracy Arm. Credit: Larisa Manewal  Breaching whale in Alaskan waters. Credit: R. Cisneros  Brown bear with cubs fishing for pink salmon on Chichagof Island. Credit: Michael S. Nolan  Sea Bird, Le Conte Bay, Tongass National Forest. Credit: Ralph Lee Hopkins  Sea Bird among icebergs in remote Endicott Arm. Credit: Michael Nolan & CT Ticknor  Travelers watching a diving Humpback whale up close.  Credit: Lindblad Expeditions  Killer whale, Chatham Strait. Credit: Ralph Lee Hopkins  Breaching whale  Travelers exploring Hubbard Glacier, Tracy Arm  A kayaker amid sculpted iceberg in Tracy Arm Fjord. Credit: Ralph Lee Hopkins  Mendenhall Glacier


David Wimpfheimer

David Wimpfheimer

May 14 - 21, 2016; Aug 27 - Sep 3, 2016

David Wimpfheimer is a biologist, professional naturalist and guide with a passion for natural history of the West and a special interest in birds. During over thirty years of educational travel and scientific field work, he has imparted a great deal of information about all aspects of nature, from treks into the extreme and fragile beauty of Death Valley to whale-watching expeditions in Baja to wildflower forays in Yosemite and the Great Northwest. David takes great pleasure in showing participants nature's unpredictability, like an unexpected and unique bird behavior; or a hunting bobcat or meandering coyote, or labeling and describing  trees, lichen, fungi and even paw prints that may be in your path. David is passionate about our natural world and takes great pleasure in educating all about the wonders of nature.