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Costa Rica
Cano Negro
 Stork.
Costa Rica
Cano Negro
 Ospey in flight.
Costa Rica
Monteverde
 The reserve contains over 400 species of birds including several types of Hummingbird.
Costa Rica
Monteverde
 The Green Crowned Brilliant Hummingbird.
Costa Rica
Monteverde
 Hummingbird in the cloud forest.
Denmark
Faroe Islands
Klaksvik
 Eider ducks in the harbour.
Denmark
Faroe Islands
Klaksvik
 Eider ducks have famously warm feathers.
Ecuador
Guayaquil
 Land Iguana in the main square.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Saddle Backed Tortoise.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Head of a Saddle Backed Tortoise. The Galapagos are named after the iconic giant tortoises.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Mockingbirds are very common on the islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Lava Lizards have a red patch under their jaws when sexually active.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 A 1m long Land Iguana, one of two species of iguana on the Galapagos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 A Marine Iguana, a species only found on the Galapagos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Black Necked Stilt.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Wimbrel.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Round Shelled Tortoises can weigh up to 250kg.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Head of a Round Shelled Tortoise, one of twelve species of giant tortoise on the islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Lava Gull.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Swallow-tailed gull.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A pair of mating Galapagos Hawks.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Sea Lions are very common on Hood Island.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Baby Sea Lion resting on rocks.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 The red colour of Marine Iguanas denotes sexual readiness.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Marine Iguanas are the only reptile to eat sea plants.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A pair of courting Blue Footed Boobies.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A Blue Footed Booby. These birds are found all around the Pacific Ocean.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A juvenile Blue Footed Booby lacks the blue feet and is brown.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 The distinctive shape of a Frigatebird.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Masked Booby.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Masked Booby mother and baby.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 The Galapagos Penguin is the most northerly of the world's penguins.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 The distinctive shape of a Frigatebird.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Flamingos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Sally Lightfoot Crabs are common on the Galapagos Islands and in South America.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Sally Lightfoot Crab camouflaged on the rock.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 A colony of Wimbrells.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Yellow Warbler.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Lava Heron in a tree.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Jervis
 Jervis has a large colony of sea lions.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Jervis
 Suckling baby Sea Lion.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Jervis
 Baby sea lion on the sand.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Jervis
 Flying pelican.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Jervis
 Cactus Finch with nest. The Galapagos Islands are home to thirteen species of finch which were studied by Charles Darwin.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
James
 Lava Lizard.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
James
 Galapagos Fur Seal.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
James
 Two fur seals on a lava beach.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
James
 American Oyster Catchers.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
James
 Yellow Crowned Night Heron.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
James
 A pair of Sally Lightfoot Crabs.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
North Seymour
 Baby Sea Lion.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
North Seymour
 Swallow-Tailed Gull on lava.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
North Seymour
 Mating dance of a pair of Blue Footed Boobies.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
North Seymour
 Adult Blue Footed Booby.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
North Seymour
 Magnificent Frigatebirds nesting. The male has the red neck pouch.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
North Seymour
 Chick of a Magnificent Frigatebird.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
North Seymour
 Three Marine Iguanas.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Sheerwater off the coast of Tower, one of the few islands North of the equator.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Parrot Fish.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Red Billed Tropic Bird flying past the Moon.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Red Footed Booby.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Galapagos Dove.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Masked Boobie with newly hatched chick.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Masked Booby chick.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Great Frigatebird, a smaller relative of the Magnificent Frigatebird, on the island of Tower.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Tower
 Mockingbird.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Isabela
 The Galapagos Penguin is the world's most northerly penguin.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Isabela
 A young Lava Heron.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Isabela
 Pelican nesting in a tree.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Isabela
 Puffer Fish.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Fernandina
 Sally Lightfoot Crab.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Fernandina
 Marine Iguanas, the largest species on the Galapagos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Fernandina
 The Flightless Comorant is the only flightless marine bird apart from the penguin. It is only found on two Galapagos islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Fernandina
 Sea Lion and its pup.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Fernandina
 One of three species of Galapagos Snake.
Egypt
Sinai
 Arabian Camel in the Sinai Desert.
Ethiopia
Addis Ababa
St George's Cathedral
 Tortoises in the cathedral grounds.
Ethiopia
Addis Ababa
 A Masked Weaver creating a nest near the University.
Ethiopia
Bahir Dar
 Village Weaver bird.
Ethiopia
Bahir Dar
 Masked Weaver.
Ethiopia
Bahir Dar
 Paradise Fly Catcher with its distinctive long white tails.
Ethiopia
Lake Tana
Southern Lake Tana
 Pelican colony on the lake.
Ethiopia
Lake Tana
Zege Peninsula
 African Fish Eagle.
Ethiopia
Lake Tana
Zege Peninsula
 Vervet monkey.
Ethiopia
Lake Tana
Zege Peninsula
 A young Great Commorant.
Ethiopia
Lake Tana
Blue Nile Source
 Hippos at the source of the Blue Nile.
Ethiopia
Lake Tana
Blue Nile Source
 Snakebird (Darter) on the banks of the Blue Nile at its source on Lake Tana.
Ethiopia
Blue Nile Falls
 Sacred Ibis in the fields near the Blue Nile Falls.
Ethiopia
Blue Nile Falls
 A Hadada Ibis.
Ethiopia
Blue Nile Falls
 A group of Black Headed Herons in a tree.
Ethiopia
Blue Nile Falls
 Two Egyptian Geese and a man ploughing.
Ethiopia
Blue Nile Falls
 Senegal Wattled Plover.
Ethiopia
Blue Nile Falls
 The red cheeked Cordon Bleu.
Ethiopia
Blue Nile Falls
 Fire Finch.
Ethiopia
Aksum
Northern Stelae Field
 Hoopoe bird.
Ethiopia
Aksum
Northern Stelae Field
 Chipmunk.
Ethiopia
Aksum
Ezana Park
 Masked Weaver.
Ethiopia
Aksum
 Red Eyed Dove.
Ethiopia
Aksum
 Fire Finch.
Ethiopia
Aksum
 The long tailed Mouse Bird.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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