Flora and Fauna

Iguanas at our bedroom window #AtoZChallenge

We were living just north of Olon, Ecuador. Large beautiful trees hung over our two story home. The porch thatch roof was just outside our bedroom window.  Iguanas ran around in the trees.

Iguana in tree
Iguana in a tree

Iguanas jumped from the trees to the roof fairly regularly. Once there, the glass windows interested them.  They banged on the glass. It sounded like they were knocking on our bedroom window.

I would sneak to the window when they knocked, anticipating a great photo. As soon as they heard me, they sprinted away. I never did get a decent picture of them. I got a lot of the thatch roof.

Thatch roof
An iguana was here moments ago
2017 A to Z Challenge - I

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Bonus for kids

Four baby iguanas
Baby iguanas playing – can you find all four?

 

Emily is a US Expat in Ecuador. She grew up on a Minnesota farm, worked in IT in California's Silicon Valley, then moved to a coastal Ecuador fishing village. Emily's goal is to share Ecuador with you, one snippet at a time. Topics include attractions, compassion, ecotourism, Ecuador products, everyday Ecuador, and flora and fauna. Please let Emily know what you would like to read more about!

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