New Zealand is a remarkable place for wildlife. So many of the animals and plants found here are not found anywhere else in the world. Many of the endemic species are also the rarest of their kind. All of this makes for a recipe for wildlife adventure like nowhere else on the planet. Today, our expedition took us to Enderby Island, home to two of these very rare animals: the New Zealand sea lion and the yellow-eyed penguin. Both animals are extremely rare, and both are only found on New Zealand’s Sub-Antarctic Islands. In the Sub-Antarctic, circumstances align–weather, sea state, and, of course, wildlife–that allow us to see unique flora and fauna. Today, circumstances were ideal for a great morning visit to Enderby Island.