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Galapagos sea birds nesting sites very active

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The garua' season (June to November) is when the weather is relatively cool and dry, with sunny or overcast skies and occasional drizzle. The air temperature reaches its lowest levels (19°C-66°F).

September in the Galapagos:

Galapagos Penguins
Galapagos Penguins are active since May and swimmers and snorkelers can be delighted at Bartholomew with penguins swimming at the surface or torpedo-like while underwater. (Photo by: Jodi)
Galapagos Sea Lions
Sea lions are very active. Females have reached oestrus stage, and so harem-gathering males are constantly barking and fighting. Shore fighting is heavy. Western and central islands are the most active ones in terms of sea lions' activities. (Photo by: Frigundi)
Galapagos Sea Birds
Most species of Galapagos sea birds remain quite active at their nesting sites. (Photo by: Derek Keats)
Galapagos Brown Pelican
The beautiful appearance of the the Brown Pelican, the second largest seabird in Galapagos is visible throughout the islands. (Photo by: Les Williams)

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Temperatures for Galapagos Islands in September:

Average Low: Average High: Water Temperature: Average Rainfall:
62°F 76°F 68°F 0.50 inches

For more information on Galapagos Islands weather, click here Galapagos Islands weather.


Fernando Diez
Marketing Manager at Quasar Expeditions

Hi, I am Fernando and travel is my passion. This passion began with my first trip to the Galapagos Islands in 1986 and later became my work when I started working at Quasar Expeditions. Now the Marketing Manager for Quasar and responsible for the creation of the Patagonia Project in Chile, my passion for travel continues to grow to new and exciting destinations in South America.

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