Category Archives: Baja 2017

BREAKING NEWS: THE SCIENCE TEACHER DOES NOT “LIE” – a special report – by Natalie

NOTE: This post was originally written the day after the post on Crab Hunting. There were some technological difficulties and at the same time I was posting this, our whole site went down for a few days. I only just … Continue reading

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Departing Thoughts – Link Tribe Collective

It’s been a very sweet month of exploring and learning together bathed in the rich light of Baja.  We head home today and get ready to transition into the new semester.  As we had our final meetings, students shared six-word … Continue reading

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Sea Kayaking – by Jamie

We just finished up 5 amazing days of kayaking, snorkeling, science, and other adventures. We kayaked up and down the western side of Isla de Espiritu Santo. We were accompanied by our trusted and very knowledgeable guide Bernardo (Chad), our … Continue reading

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Crab Hunting – by Imogen

The sun beats down from the sky, making us squint. Man, I really wish I hadn’t lost my sunglasses in the sea. Twice.  We trek across the dunes, sliding and sinking in the loose sediment as the ocean grows larger … Continue reading

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Esmeralda – by Beka

This fall all of The Link School students began to study immigration issues with Bobby. We started the topic in the beginning of September and have been doing different activities to expand our knowledge on the subject such as traveling … Continue reading

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ASUPMATOMA Sea Turtle Nesting Camp – By Benji & Jeff

We had the wonderful opportunity to volunteer at the ASUPMATOMA Sea Turtle Nesting Camp today. This volunteer work included helping clean out the last nests for the nesting season with the hope of finding some healthy hatchling Sea Turtles to … Continue reading

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Photography Fun – by Eli

How to go about taking pictures to achieve different effects. We had the opportunity to learn some photography skills from a super-cool photographer who lives in Todos Santos named Keenan Shoal.  One thing that some student’s and I learned is … Continue reading

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