Tuesday, February 13, 2007


Península Valdés

Península Valdés in Patagonia, Argentina is a large wildlife preserve near the town of Puerto Madryn. It's famous for whales, but this wasn't the season to see them.

We visited yesterday and saw penguins, elephant seals, and sea lions on the coast. In the dry interior rangeland, we saw ñandu, guanacos (a wild relative of the llama), armadillos, and foxes.

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