I thought I’d share a few more photos from my safari on the Tárcoles River in Costa Rica. I wasn’t able to identify a few of the birds in the photos, so if you’re able to enlighten me please let me know.
I’m pretty sure the elegant bird above is a yellow crowned night heron, while the pretty, distinctive bird below is my favourite of all the birds I saw in Costa Rica – the roseate spoonbill.
A partially submerged crocodile swims close to the river bank.
I think the bird sitting on a branch on the river bank below is an osprey.
An iguana crawling out from behind a rock on the river bank.
I haven’t been able to identify the bird sitting on the tree branch below.
A little blue heron wades on the water’s edge.
It’s hard work being a crocodile as this young croc shows!
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