A capped heron sitting in another tree.
A barn swallow.
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A tropical kingbird. A black caracara.
Three red-and-green macaws in the same tree.
Then, by boat on the Zuidrivier. Downstream. An anhinga. White-banded swallows.
Screaming piha sounds.
Red howler monkeys. Black spider monkeys.
A white-necked heron.
A king vulture. A black vulture.
Wagner’s sac-winged bats.
A greater yellow-headed vulture.
A blue morpho butterfly.
An anaconda wrapped around a big branch on the bank. Though this snake is a few metres long, it is not an adult yet.
Back to the airstrip.
A swallow-tailed kite.
A plain-breasted grounddove on the path.
Two smooth-billed anis close to the building.
In the trees beside the building, silver beaked and turquoise tanagers.
In shrubs and on rocks behind the building, one green female and five shiny blue male swallow tanagers. Even for at least one person with decades of birdwatching experience in Suriname, this encounter with this beautiful species is a first.
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