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Why Do Dogs Follow You Into The Bathroom?

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Having a loyal pup... in the household certainly ensures an incredible amount of love from dog to owner, in a true “man’s best friend” fashion. Understanding your dog is fairly easy and it’s not hard to understand your pup wants to give you some delightful bits of love with kisses, but dogs can often behave in a more subtle manner…
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I Wanna Be An Iguana

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This is Iggy, our resident iguana, making whoopee on the roof after jumping down from one roof, running across the fence top and then making a flying leap on to the other roof. I just got this closeup shot from Condos Casa Rey, where we stay in Los Ayala.tutorial android What a surprise when I went to take his picture – I thought…
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Watch Full Movie Online Cars 3 (2017)

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Cars 3 (2017) HDDirector:Brian Fee.Writer:Robert L. Baird, Daniel Gerson.Producer:Kevin Reher.Release:June 15, 2017Country:United States of America.Production Company:Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios.Language:English.Runtime:109Genre:Family, Comedy, Animation, Adventure.Movie 'Cars 3' was released in June 15, 2017 in genre…
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Breaching Humpback Whale

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Guests on the Gilligan's Island Party Cruise, a fundraiser for the streets of Los Ayala, were treated to the spectacular site of breaching Humpback whales. Yes, you should've been there!Photographed off the coast of Chacala, February 2012.by Christina Stobbs Click here to view more Photos of the Week This photo was submitted…

Flying Manta Rays

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Earlier this season, a group of us set out on a day trip to the secret beach at the Marieta Islands. We hired Salvador in Rincón de Guayabitos to take us. While en route to the islands, we did some whale watching until the captain spotted some splashing going on. We headed that way to explore and got a chance to see these manta rays…

Iguanas, Come on Down!

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I was motivated to write this follow-up article after reading “The Almost Invisible Iguana” by Conrad Stenton from Midland Ontario in last week’s Jaltemba Bay Life newsletter. Having observed the iguanas close up for a few years, we have learned a few interesting facts about them. Yes, they are almost invisible to the untrained…
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The Almost Invisible Iguana

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While looking for the crocodile in the marshy area near the entrance to Rincón de Guayabitos, I was fascinated to find some very camouflaged iguanas. It was my first time seeing iguanas in the wild and I was amazed at how difficult they are to see with their camouflage outfits. Someone told me they are often on the top of palm trees…

Crocodiles up Close at "Cocodrilos del Nayar" near La Peñita

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Crocodiles are not only native to Mexico, they are prolific along the Nayarit coast including the fishing villages of Rincon de Guayabitos, La Peñita and La Colonia. Here, crocodiles thrive in the warm and balmy climate eating the tropical plants and sea-life that inhabit the fresh or salt water marshes along the inland waterways. According…

The Humpbacks are Back!

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Every year, the humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) choose the Riviera Nayarit for a little R&R. They generally arrive towards the end of October, led by the “explorer,” a mature male that appears a few weeks before the rest of the pod to scope out the area, emitting a series of complex sounds that can be heard by the other…

The Exotic Tejon (Coatimundi)

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It was a Sunday morning of BEAUTY. I picked up my good friend and headed to the Flamingos Resort in Bucerias. We were joining more friends for a lovely Champagne Brunch at El Tigre. I drove around the corner, and there standing by the side of the road was a TEJON. We call them Coatimundis (pronounced ko-WAH-ti-MUN-dees). I stopped the…

Whale Watching Season Starts December 3rd

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Riviera Nayarit attracts hundreds of Humpback Whales along the entire coast of Mexico’s Pacific Treasure every year, including Jaltemba Bay. The annual whale migration from the cold waters of Alaska brings them as far down as the coasts of Riviera Nayarit where they procreate and raise their young in the warm waters of Banderas Bay.…

Wildlife Encounters in Jaltemba Bay

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Check your shoes for scorpions... and while you're at it, check your hat, too! Everyone tells you this, and most of us do it at least a couple of times before we become lazy, having not found or seen a scorpion, so we quit looking and stopped banging our footwear. Well let me tell you that it is good advice that should be religiously…
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What do a Hawksbill Turtle, the Bay of Jaltemba and the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation have in common?

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You might remember our recent story about "Jaltemba" the Hawksbill turtle being released back into the Bay of Jaltemba. Well, just when you think the story couldn't get any more interesting, it does. The article below was published by George Mason University a few days ago. It explains how Alonso Aguirre, the executive director of the…
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Mound of Mud in a Gringo Tree

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When my husband and I have friends up to our casa near El Tonino for the first time, after admiring the view, the first two questions they inevitably ask are, “why is that pile of mud in a tree” and “what kind of tree is that?” The answers are simple, but each one has a story attached. The answer to the first question is “that…
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Iridescent Bug in My Garden

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This lovely, large (about 1.5 inches long) and iridescent bug caught my eye as it quickly flew into one of my flowers several weeks ago. It was moving about quite erratically and I only managed to snap this one photo of it. If you think you may know what it is, please post below.

An Incredible Whale of a Rescue Story

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On December the 29th 2011, three friends and us went out fishing in four different boats: Jaime Barragan in his boat “Poca Madre” with his son Jaimillo and a friend of him Nahum. Humberto Mendoza in his panga “Freedom” with his wife Jani and her 8 year old nephew, Emiliano. Mario Mucharraz by himself in his boat “Makaira”…
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Afternoon Siesta: Iguana-Style

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I had yet to capture a great shot of a Green Iguana on camera… until now. I spotted this little guy sunning himself in our courtyard earlier today. Lucky for him, the pups didn’t see him. And lucky for me, he waited while I ran upstairs to grab my camera. Here is another shot after he woke up… levitra generic propecia…
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Monster in the Zona

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One afternoon in June when David and I were driving through the Residential Zone in Guayabitos, we spotted an enormous male Green Iguana sunning himself along Flamingos. This big boy was the largest Iguana we had seen up close and personal in a long time. He must have measured in at a good 4-5 feet long including his tail. We have seen…
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Smiling Green Iguana

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Peek-a-Boo

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Photo of a shy baby green iguana peeking over the edge of a roof top. Originally published in “Magical Moments” on Magical Los Ayala. ciprofloxacin uses viagra 100mg zithromax dosage finasteride side effects in men buy viagra online levitra rezeptfrei deutschland ciprofloxacin 500mg ciprofloxacin spc viagra vs cialis viagra…
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Baby Iguana

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