Galapagos Islands trip 28 Dec 2011 - 4 Jan 2012 - Page #2

Land iguana Afternoon on Santa Fe Island.
Sea lions rule the beach. A young Galapagos hawk. Sea lions and an American Oysercatcher in the background. This young Galapagos hawk playing with a stick to develop skills.
The National Geographic Islander.
These people travel in style! A lava lizard. Prickly pear cactus trees. A broken branch of a prickly pear tree.
They are hollow with a mesh to hold water. Crabs on the rocks.
Galapagos hawk in a tree. Barely caught the hawk in flight. American Oystercatcher hunting on the beach. Two Hood Mockingbirds.
See this <a href="movies/MVI_1656_x264.mp4">video</a> for typical beach action. Yellow Warbler.
Day 3 - 30 Dec 2011 San Cristobal Island itinerary.
San Cristobal is the easternmost and oldest of the islands.
This is where Charles Darwin first landed. Hermit crab strolling the beach. Kicker Rock and our ship off the coast of San Cristobal Island. Crabs on the beach. Sea lion pup nursing.

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