Drew Haines

We’re going to the circus! Well, sort of. We’re going to the Galapagos. The name “Blue footed booby” means clowns. And Sally lightfoot crabs act like clowns. Please welcome, ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages: The two Galapagos clowns! Sally Lightfoot Crabs Sally lightfoot crabs are very common in the Galapagos Islands. If you go to [...]

When we were in the Galapagos Islands we went to Tortuga Bay. I think that it is one of my favorite places on Santa Cruz Island. To get there we walked right from the Flipper’s Hotel and we didn’t even need a taxi! As we walked, we really liked to watch the scenery. There were a few grey [...]

Drew Haines is a young Canadian expat living in Ecuador. She writes the Galapagos for Kids series. Learn about the Galapagos from a kids perspective. There are Giants in the Galapagos! What came to your mind when you read the title? Dragons? Well unless you are thinking of marine iguanas, dragons don’t live in Galapagos … but maybe [...]

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