n the afternoon, Jesus and I motor out to the array of trails and roads that extend into the protected Celestún Biosphere Reserve.
We’re at the edge of coastal scrub habitat. Unlike the nearly impenetrable mangrove habitat to the east of us, this coastal scrub consists of small thickets of dry forest trees, grasslands and open flats of dried mud. Estuary water mazes throughout this zone. It is walkable terrain.
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