5 comments
  1. I hope the raccoons and birds don’t come and eat her eggs. Are her eggs plastic too? I remember when we were in Costa Rica for Christmas and we saw a real turtle laying eggs. She was much bigger. Is this a new kind of species? I think I’ve played in the bathtub with one before.

    Querida Luna

    • lavaeha said:

      Yes, the Tortuga Rosada is a rare species. You were lucky to have one in your bathtub but ihope you let go free. – Sandy Shorts

  2. Janna said:

    Ah yes, the rare Tortuga Rosada, not to be confused with the often seen in winter plummage, the red-breasted (red-nosed, red-faced, red-backed, red-legged) snow bird that winters in Costa Rica and often summers along the Pacific Northwest.

    • lavaeha said:

      I think you’re referring the Rufous-Breasted, Big-Bottomed Northern Pink. They start returning to Costa Rica about this time. We’ve had a few sightings this week.

  3. Steve said:

    Go Rosie! You can make it!

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