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Costa Rica: Brown-billed Scythebill

I spotted this unusual bird in the most unlikely spot; just outside our hotel room door while on the way for coffee.

Black Spiny Tailed Iguana
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Costa Rica: Black Spiny Tailed Iguana

The long, heavy tail of this lizard is covered in whorls of intimidating spines, and its feet are equipped with sharp claws.

frigatebird
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Costa Rica: Magnificent Frigatebird

The Magnificent frigatebird can be found in many places around the globe, but I’ve never seen so many as on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica.

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Costa Rica: Brown-throated Three-toed Sloth

Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica’s smallest national parks but you’re guaranteed to see amazing flora and fauna and our trip was no exception.

End of the Day
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Mt. Iliamna Coughs Up Some Secrets

Working with the team members of the Alaska Volcano Observatory team as they studied Mt. Iliamna was not only a learning experience but we walked away with new friends.

Decomposing Gray Whale
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A Sad Gray Whale of a Tail

Despite the foulness riding the breeze from the south, curiosity kept us moving forward. We knew we had to be close to our target.

Sunset on Quillayute River during Halibut opener
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Sun and Halibut at Toleak Beach

Once again we were blessed with some outstanding weather and we had the bonus of watching the opening of Pacific Halibut and all the serious anglers heading out beyond James Island.

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