Up at 4:15 to take a short boat ride to a stony island across from the Colorado Macaw clay lick. As the sun rose, parrots, parakeets, and macaws come to the clay lick to socialize and get their fill. It was interesting and colorful to watch. Many people got bit by sand fleas, though. I got some around my ankles but it wasn't bad.
After breakfast, we went on a morning walk, then came back and had lunch and a rest, then a late afternoon walk. We saw a jaguar pawprint on our morning walk. We learned about army ants in the afternoon and Connie actually got some on her boots! She tried to knock them off by hitting her foot against a tree, but Fernando had to brush them off, then wash his hands afterwards. They are acidic and inflict lots of pain.
The big deal of the day was seeing a Tapir in the water near us! Fernando and Kike took pictures for us so you can see what they saw. We were standing further back and trees got in the way of taking good pictures ourselves. This was a rare siting!
I opted not to go on the night walk, but those that went found a pink-toed tarantula, amongst other critters.