|Stalyn pointed out these sleeping bats|
|Anhinga--looks like a heron, but is a swimming bird.|
|As these birds flew overhead, Stalyn called out, "Blue and yellow macaws." I remarked that I didn't know|
how he knew they were blue and yellow, because up in the sky they just looked black to me.
|to admire the sunset . . |
up of the roots from the tree yucca. The yuccas grow back in 5-6 months. A renewable resource!
A Walking Palm Tree - from the time it's a seedling until adult, it can move up to 1 meter.
A flock of parakeets perched in the tree near our lodge.
Leaf-cutter ants carrying leaves back to their home. Always busy!
Not many big trees in the jungle, but this Sable was one of them.
And, yesterday, the boat-ride back up the river, going a lot faster than we went going down., and the magic was over . . . .