Galápagos, Ho!     (2)

Currently in Guayaquil, Ecuador on my way to the Galápagos. Will most likely be offline for the next week or so, but will do what I can to send messages and photos via Twitter. Hasta luego! JB

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NMAI Art Market 2009     (0)

It’s been a fun 10 or so days since Thanksgiving and the weather in New York has been particularly beautiful. Until today, that is. It’s now a cold, rainy, somewhat dreary day outside. Good day to stay in by a fire, read a book or watch movies… However, since I don’t have a fireplace here, I decided to go to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian to see the annual NMAI Art Market. Each year, a few dozen truly gifted artists make the journey from all across the Americas to sell their pieces in NY. Really amazing stuff—will put some photos on Twitpic for people to enjoy. JB

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The Need for Global Heritage     (0)

Just returned from Old Blighty, where I was enjoying a few days of England’s fine summer weather (aka clouds and rain). As followers on Twitter know, I had a fun time watching sheep races and visiting National Geographic’s store on Regent Street, in addition to other things. In any case, the following video just went live on CNNMoney.com’s site: GHF Video Link. It’s a candid interview with Jeff Morgan, the executive director of Global Heritage Fund, in which he discusses the goals and challenges GHF faces. On October 27th, there will be a one-hour special about GHF on CNN’s Impact Your World. More to come as I hear it.

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Movie: The Cove     (2)

I saw the most inspiring film last night at a special screening in New York. It’s called The Cove and I think you should do everything you can to see it and support the people who made it. Watch the trailer http://www.thecovemovie.com/ and then make sure you see the film in theaters when it goes nationwide in a few weeks. Seriously, it’s one of the most professionally-produced, effectively-told “activist” stories I’ve seen, and I told dolphin-champion Ric O’Barry and Oceanic Preservation Society Exec. Director Louie Psihoyos that I’ll do all I can to help his cause.

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Super Falcon     (0)

Monterey, CA (USA) – I’m in Monterey, California on a special assignment for the Today show – very exciting! Not just because I’m filming what I hope will be the first of many exploration-oriented segments for Today and NBC, but because this assignment is just so cool. Internationally renowned ocean engineer/inventor and fellow Explorers Club member Graham Hawkes has just finished building a new toy: a $1.5 million state-of-the-art submersible called The Deep Flight Super Falcon.

Graham has offered to give me a chance to test-fly the Super Falcon and see what underwater “flying” is really like.

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