Part Three

  • Lesser Snow Petrel
    Lesser Snow Petrel
    Pagodroma nivea nivea
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0005
    Larry Jackson
  • Antarctic Petrel
    Antarctic Petrel
    Thalassoica antarctica
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0014
    Larry Jackson
  • Emperor Penguin
    Emperor Penguin
    Aptenodytes forsteri
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0019
    Larry Jackson
  • Antarctic Petrels
    Antarctic Petrels
    Thalassoica antarctica
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0024
    Larry Jackson
  • Antarctic Petrel
    Antarctic Petrel
    Thalassoica antarctica
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0038
    Larry Jackson
  • Killer Whale male
    Killer Whale male
    Orcinus orca
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0057
    Larry Jackson
  • Killer Whales
    Killer Whales
    Orcinus orca - appears to be a female and a young male.
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0065
    Larry Jackson
  • Young Sea Ice Floes
    Young Sea Ice Floes
    Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0069
    Larry Jackson
  • Mixed Sea Ice
    Mixed Sea Ice
    Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0004
    Larry Jackson
  • Ross Ice Shelf
    Ross Ice Shelf
    One of our helicopters above the huge ice shelf.
    Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0006
    Larry Jackson
  • Ross Ice Shelf looking East
    Ross Ice Shelf looking East
    We were told that the ice shelf is over 600 miles wide at the Ocean, over 600 miles into the continent and over a 1,000 feet thick.
    Ross Sea, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#0007
    Larry Jackson
  • LJax
    LJax
    Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, November 29, 2006
    2006-11-29#4937
    David Salmanowitz