One mangrove swallow sat down on the boat.
Northern jacanas wading along the bank.
A great egret.
A green heron.
Another swallow species: barn swallows, which will probably start their spring migration to North America soon.
A yellow-headed caracara lands on the boat. It knows the boat well. Later, it is on the bank, with a great egret.
An osprey flying.
On the bank, a not yet really big American crocodile.
A whimbrel on a tree trunk.
We were approaching the Tarcoles estuary, where the river…
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