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  1. Deb Burhinus

    Ecuador and the Galapagos, Jan 2020

    Absolutely cracking report Matt with some great images, especially fascinating to see the flora and fauna of the Galapagos ‘up close and personal’ so thanks for taking the trouble to put it all together. (btw I did wonder whether those windows at Mashpi extracted a heavy collision toll from...
  2. Deb Burhinus

    Ecuador and the Galapagos, Jan 2020

    That’s a healthier number Matt but still a critically low number for an endemic species - sadly human disturbance/occupation may be partly to blame - and like all island habitats, cat predation is apparently a serious issue for wildlife on the Galapagos...
  3. Deb Burhinus

    Ecuador and the Galapagos, Jan 2020

    Amazing - it really is the ‘land that time forgot’ isn’t it! What’s that behind the Oystercatcher- it looks like an ossified giant tortoise!?
  4. Deb Burhinus

    Ecuador and the Galapagos, Jan 2020

    Great diversity of wildlife! Those iguanas are incredible to look at - like paint flaking off ancient buildings.
  5. Deb Burhinus

    Ecuador and the Galapagos, Jan 2020

    Thoroughly enjoying reading your report Matt especially the Galapagos - I didn’t realise when reading I was already on the last instalment and was rather disappointed to run out of words to read! Unbelievable such a rare (and aptly named!) gull should be so obliging.
  6. Deb Burhinus

    Ecuador and the Galapagos, Jan 2020

    It’s always good to have a wide variety of trip reports Matt and the fauna and flora of the Galapagos will be of particular interest I think.
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