Sea Turtle laid eggs here. Can see the outline of the turtle in the sand.
Fresh Yellow Iguana Den.
White berry in right center of the picture contains a type of glue. The seeds of the plant were naturally glued to the birds feathers and brought to the island.
Sea Turtle off the beaten path and on the move.
Perfect example of Yellow Iguana camouflage.
Iguana belly is very sensitive and the vibration of a footstep alerts them to something approaching.
Male Yellow Iguana. They are yellow because of the plants they eat. Can tell this is a male because of the spines up the neck, wider head and muscular frame. The older they get the whiter they become.
A "young, 40-50 years old" Sea Turtle. Age can be determined by the rings on its shell; however, as they age the rings disappear.
"Goodbye and Good Riddance"... last Yellow Iguana we saw as we left Urbina Bay.