One flock seen flying overhead.
I believe they are ibis.
Several of these can be found around the grounds. While they were probably planted here, they are native to Hispaniola. They are an important nesting tree for many species of birds.
Several of these were observed here.
Only one of these was observed.
Several of these were seen resting in shade on tree trunks. All were very alert and flew away quickly.
One wasp nest was encountered, just in a nick of time.
A couple of these were seen in the usual location along a wall along the beach.
Several of these were seen, but they were incredibly alert and hard to photograph. All were observed in the shade on tree trucks or branches. None on the ground. The largest ones were about 3 inches long.
Approximately five of these were observed for the first time after several visits to this area.
Only one of these was observed next to the reservoir.
These were the most abundant butterfly observed.
Only one of these individuals was seen resting in the shade on a tree trunk.
Several of these were seen but hard to photograph.
Several of these were seen in the morning.
Two of these birds were seen in a thicket along the reservoir.
A flock of these was seen in a tree in a thicket. Location precise.
One of these crabs was found dead in shallow water near shore.
Several of these doves were observed near the estuary feeding on fruit in trees.
Several individuals of this species were observed foraging on trees along the seashore in the morning hours.