Manuel Antonio National Park Photography

Here’s some of our favorite photos from our November 2013 day trip to Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica.

A young green iguana.

A young green iguana.

A black iguana, or ctenosaur, sits on a roof of a park building.

A black iguana, or ctenosaur, sits on a roof of a park building.
A breeding green iguana sitting high in a tree.

A breeding green iguana sitting high in a tree.

A howler monkey gazes upward.

A howler monkey gazes upward.

Three howler mokeys in Manuel Antonio National Park.

Three howler mokeys in Manuel Antonio National Park.

A young howler monkey clings to it

A young howler monkey clings to it’s mother.

A golden orb-weaver spider.

A golden orb-weaver spider.

A black-striped woodcreeper climbs a tree in search of insects.

A black-striped woodcreeper climbs a tree in search of insects.

A blue dacnis.

A blue dacnis.

A chestnut-sided warbler.

A chestnut-sided warbler.

A salmon-bellied racer.

A salmon-bellied racer.

A double-toothed kite.

A double-toothed kite.

An anole sheds old skin.

An anole sheds old skin.

A brown-throated three-toed sloth relaxes in a tree.

A brown-throated three-toed sloth relaxes in a tree.

A white-faced capuchin runs past feeding raccoons.

A white-faced capuchin runs past feeding raccoons.

A white-faced capuchin monkey.

A white-faced capuchin monkey.

A female Jesus Christ lizard, named for it

A female Jesus Christ lizard, named for it’s ability to run across water.

A male Jesus Christ lizard.

A male Jesus Christ lizard.

A raccoon takes a break from stealing garbage.

A raccoon takes a break from stealing garbage.

A young raccoon.

A young raccoon.

The raccoons at Manuel Antonio know how to open the animal-proof garbage cans. The mother was feeding 3 kits.

The raccoons at Manuel Antonio know how to open the animal-proof garbage cans. The mother was feeding 3 kits.

The beach at Manuel Antonio NP.

The beach at Manuel Antonio NP.

A ctenosaur.

A ctenosaur.

A pale-billed woodpecker.

A pale-billed woodpecker.

A prothonotary warbler.

A prothonotary warbler.

A raccoon that wasn

A raccoon that wasn’t stealing it’s food.

Palm trees sprout from coconuts along the beach.

Palm trees sprout from coconuts along the beach.

An agouti eating.

An agouti eating.

A great-tailed grackle.

A great-tailed grackle.

A veriegated squirrel eating a coconut.

A veriegated squirrel eating a coconut.

An orange-chinned parakeet calls loudly from a tree outside the park.

An orange-chinned parakeet calls loudly from a tree outside the park.

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