Suriname, 23 February; after the nightly turtle watching.
Today, from eastern Suriname back to Paramaribo.
First, on Baboensanti beach: scarlet ibises crossing the sea.
A ghost crab leaves its hole in the sand, runs around briefly, and gets back in the hole. A bit unusual, since these crabs are considered to be nocturnal.
The ship leaves, going up the Marowijne estuary.
West of Albina, there is Moi Wana. Since 2007, there is a monument with Native American cultural symbols by Marcel Pinas there for the 38 maroon and Native American inhabitants of this village, massacred during the 1980s civil war.
A great kiskadee calls.
A swallow-tailed kite flying in Commewijne district.
Flying above central Paramaribo: an osprey.