February weather in the Galapagos Islands have a varying climate marked by a scarcity of rain. The coastal areas are quite arid, covered with plants that have adapted to desert-like conditions, but lush vegetation grows in the highlands of the larger islands.
In February, the Bahamas Pintail Ducks start their breeding season. Nazca (Masked) Boobies on Hood Island are at the end of their nesting season.
The highest water temperatures are this month and will remain constant until April. Nesting season of the Galapagos Dove reaches its peak. Flocks of the beautiful Red-billed Tropic bird can be seen cruising the sky on the central and southern islands.
February in the Galapagos:
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