Found this in a group of (crappy quality) photos from a Costa Rica trip a couple years ago. Looks like a perched raptor.
juvenile LBH I think
They were about 1-inch big. One of them was a darker color and the other had a bit more red on its legs. They were stationed on a pineapple someone might've left on the beach. These little crabs are what people might know as Hermit Crabs or as they're Latin name: Coenobita variabilis
Super Family: Paguroidea
The tent-making bat is an American leaf-nosed bat found in lowland forests of Central and South America.They eat fruit
about 3 feet hiding at edge of river near a log
saw 2 females & a male
Mom & her baby. Baby was on her back, then crawled around her side to nurse.
Small snake, under a log at El Remanso
6 individual in a termite nest 1.50 meter above the ground.
Cuando comienzan las lluvias se pueden encontrar cientos de hormigas reinas de esta especie dispuestas a comenzar su propia colonia.
Lapa rios entrada personal