Denny Granstrand's Digiscoped Photos
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Birds, and other animals, of Costa Rica
We visited Costa Rica in April 2005, staying at three lodges -- Trogon Lodge in the cloud forest about 70 kilometers south of San Jose; Laguna Lodge, near Tortuguero National Park on the Caribbean side; and Hotel Villa Lapas, near Carrara National Park on the Pacific side. All photos were taken with a Panisonic DCM-FZ20 digital camera.

Last changed on Mar 31, 2018. This album contains 5 items.

This album has been viewed 6785 times since Apr 24, 2005.
Birds in Mexico
Birds seen on trips to the Mexican states of Mexico (2008) and Sonora (2010 and 2017).

Last changed on Apr 16, 2018. This album contains 97 items.

This album has been viewed 193 times since Mar 21, 2018.
Birds in Ireland
Birds seen on our trip to Ireland in September 2016.

Last changed on Nov 03, 2016. This album contains 51 items.

This album has been viewed 818 times since Oct 12, 2016.
Monarch Butterflies wintering near Zitacuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
We visited a Monarch Butterfly reserve and were astounded at the incredible number and beauty of the butterflies!

Last changed on Jul 17, 2013. This album contains 17 items.

This album has been viewed 3803 times since Jan 11, 2009.
Mammals, etc.
Includes photos of mammals, snakes, frogs and many other moving things.

Last changed on Jun 08, 2018. This album contains 89 items.

This album has been viewed 1013 times since Jun 09, 2015.
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