Lamanai Belize, learned and saw a lot of cool nature stuff at the Mayan ruins. 2/15/2015
Sorry no blog posts these past few days but been working on my photographs page. Still not finished but you can not comment on or share the photos with this post. I have been sharing my experiences from my recent visit to Belize.
In my prior posts I shared our boat ride up the beautiful New River and our tour of the ruins., We first visited the museum. And as we toured the ruins, our guide also pointed out many of the interesting plants and trees of the region and how they were used by the ancient Mayans. The photo above is the trunk of the sacred ceiba tree. He also pointed out a few species of poisonous plants. We also saw the uncommon black headed and collared trogons, howler monkeys and a snake with it’s head caught in a crevice. It was a pretty cool day. This is a link to photos I uploaded to my own photograph page. I have left some explanations and comments and you can now leave comments or ask questions about a photo and i will try and answer them https://keepyoureyespeeled.net/photographs-2/belize-february-2015/nggallery/belize-2015/lamanai-ruins-and-museum-visit-2152015#gallery/f2546f23255b494c166585f503f9cb93/330visit-2152015