|Genovesa is at the pointy end of the red arrow; the other end of the arrow is resting on the ling of the equator.|
|Genovesa shoreline, north shore of Darwin Bay. (Darwin didn't actually visit here.)|
Like many first impressions of the Galápagos islands, Genovesa can seem initially misleadingly bleak.
|Soft Opuntia spines - their laxness can be seen here.|
|Red-footed Boobies, Genovesa.|
Both the brown morph (above), dominant in the Galapagos, and the much rarer white morph (below), breed here.
|Red-footed Booby colony, Genovesa.|
Below, white morph with egg in nest in mangroves.
|Young Red-footed Booby chicks (above).|
Fledgling (below) practising on the beach for its imminent first flight.
|Blue-footed Boobies Sula nebouxii, constantly overhead.|
|Nazca Booby Sula grantii, with egg (above)|
and with week-old chick (below).
|Red-billed Tropicbirds roosting under shelter, Genovesa.|
|Swallow-tailed Gull with chick.|