A grey-lined hawk on a wire.
We continued to La Fortuna town. Its original name was El Borio. The name changed in 1968: an Arenal volcano eruption then killed many people, but El Borio was untouched. The new name is about the good fortune of the town during that eruption.
Until recently, Arenal was a working volcano, attracting many tourists and making the town touristy.
A great-tailed grackle flying.
A tropical kingbird on a wire.
We continued, seeing the white-throated magpie jay already mentioned.
A bit further, a white-fronted parrot in a tree.
A red-lored parrot, feeding in another tree.
As we continued further, a crested guan.
A chestnut-mandibled toucan in yet another tree.
This video is called Sneaking up on an exotic [chestnut-mandibled] toucan bird – Arenal, Costa Rica – Jan 18, 2014.
A white hawk flying.
The top of the Arenal volcano was covered in clouds.
Finally, a beautiful sunset near a bridge.