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Toro Negro Reserve  
   

Toro Negro Reserve

Toro Negro Forest Reserve at 3500 feet. It was so gorgeous, so cool compared to the lower elevations- and devoid of people. However, Coqui's were EVERYWHERE. Coqui's are frogs, there are over 30 species native to PR. They chirp constantly at night, and all day long in the mountain forests. ("Co-Qui!, Co-Qui" is the sound they make)
2 weeks in Puerto Rico, Rincon, Puerto Rico Photography

August 10th 2005
Check out my photography homepage here: Stephen Hayden Photography Local business' that made the trip happen: Aventuras: San Juan, Puerto Rico Taino Divers: Rincon, Puerto Rico Lemontree Inn What drew me to Pue ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican Flag Populated for centuries by aboriginal peoples, the island was claimed by the Spanish Crown in 1493 following Columbus' second voyage to the Americas. In 1898, after 400 years of colonial rule that saw the indigenous population nearly exterminated and... ... read more
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