Bird-watching


A startling variety of birds we sighted on different excursions, with a minimal effort, most of it taken by our guide who would row us around the lake or walk us through the forest. Some, spotted within our resort, that only needed us to step out of our comfortable bungalow. I’ve posted a couple of them earlier, and am not done yet. I used the Merlin Bird ID to help identify their correct names, but if you find any of them need a correction, do point them out.

Roadside Hawk

Spotted Tody-Flycatcher

Grey-capped Flycatcher

Bluish-fronted Jacamar

Greater Ani

Red-capped Cardinal

Cocoi Heron

Ladder-tailed Nightjar

Cobalt-winged Parrot

Greater Yellow-headed Vulture

White-banded Swallow

Blue-grey Tanager

Yellow-rumped Cacique

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