I must apologize to my readers for the somewhat chaotic order of my blog posts on Costa Rica.
After writing about 15 March, I now go back to 14 March bird photos, taken in Alajuela. Here come some pictures of birds on a flowering tree.
First, a rufous-tailed hummingbird.
Then, two rose-breasted grosbeaks, a female and male. They spend the winter here, away from their native North America.
While this tropical kingbird stays here all year.
Finally, from the same flowering tree, a male Baltimore oriole, wintering here, nesting in North America.
A turkey vulture, flying around.
Finally, a male masked tityra.