A short video of Fernandina Island

Punta Espinoza Landing, Fernandina Island (Narborough)

248 Square Miles.
A quick sail from Isabela for a late evening arrival.

Dry landing / Temperature 70F
Species viewed: Galapagos Sea Lions, Sally Lightfoot Crabs,
Marine Iguanas, Baby Marine Iguanas, Flightless Cormorants.

Fernandina Island's large-shield volcano is the youngest and most western island in the Galapagos.
Shield volcanoes are formed from a build of fluid lava flows. As the flow emits from the central vent it pours out in
all directions creating a broad, gently sloping cone of flat, domical shape. The profile is said to resemble a warrior's shield
giving these volcanoes their name. Lots of pahoe-hoe (Hawaiian for Rope) and aa lava to walk on.


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