Mexico’s Secret Seabirds
There are few birds as charismatic or endearing as the blue-footed booby. Join James and Josh on an adventure to Isla Isabel, an island off Mexico’s Pacific coast, to understand the importance of this national park to breeding seabirds.
Along the way, we meet world-renowned chef and star of Master Chef Mexico, Betty Vázquez. By stepping into her kitchen and hearing her story, we discover the impact Isla Isabel and the blue-footed boobies have had on her culinary career.
Creative Media Intern
Originally from St. Louis, John was first drawn to nature while rambling through national parks between the Midwest and West Coast. After moving to Florida for college in 2014, his wild connections eventually grew to include all things aquatic.
John holds a B.S. from the University of Miami and is currently pursuing a graduate degree at the Rosenstiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. After graduating, John plans to continue an early career in visual storytelling concentrated on exploration and conservation.
To date, John has been a part of a number of exciting projects including camera trapping endangered Florida panthers in the Everglades, filming hammerhead sharks in Biscayne Bay, and mapping historic shipwrecks off the Florida Keys. He joined our team in the spring of 2021 and is stoked to help share nature with you! When John isn’t running around with a camera, you can most likely find him diving, climbing, on the trail, or mixing up something spicy in the kitchen.
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