Costa Rica's Pacific Coast
Copyright - Dave Hutchinson
Costa Rica's shoreline is populated with iguanas.
This is what the rocky shoreline looked like near where we stayed at Guanacaste.
A white winged dove. I liked the light on the bird.
A magnificent frigate bird. These birds have wing spans as large as 36 inches.
A flycatcher, one of the more common colorful Costa Rican birds.
Sunsets on the Central American coast can be spectacular.
A very well camouflaged crocodile.
Certainly one of the more common mammals in this part of the world. (right -- We stopped to view a guide feeding chicken to the crocs.
A green heron perched in the mangroves.
A stop for entertainment.
Locals enjoying the river.
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