Tanagers and howler monkeys, Costa Rica, 15 March 2014


Passerini's tanager male, 15 March 2014

Still, 15 March 2014, in Cinchona, Costa Rica. A bit further away than the hummingbirds, a table with fruit attracted Passerini’s tanagers. Both males and females.

Passerini's tanager females, 15 March 2014

Palm tanager, 15 March 2014

The table also attracted palm tanagers.

Silver-throated tanager, 15 March 2014

And silver-throated tanagers.

Still a bit further away, we could see a Montezuma’s oropendola. And a variegated squirrel.

A blue morpho butterfly.

Clay-coloured thrush, Costa Rica, 15 March 2014

A clay-coloured thrush (the national bird of Costa Rica, because of its beautiful singing).

A white-crowned parrot.

A flock of white-collared swifts flying near a distant waterfall.

Bay-headed tanager, 15 March 2014

A Passerini’s tanager and a bay-headed tanager in the same tree.

Black vulture, 15 March 2014

In another tree, first one black vulture.

Then, two black vultures, before they both flew away.

On the fruit table, Passerini’s tanagers, both male and female, and a common bush-tanager.

Prong-billed barbet, 15 March 2014

A prong-billed barbet. Another species, unique for Costa Rica and western Panama.

We left. The bus went lower and lower.

Along the road, a melodious blackbird.

Mantled howler monkey, 15 March 2014

A mantled howler monkey family, including a youngster, feeding in a tree.

Mantled howler monkey and youngster, 15 March 2014

In another tree across the road: a Montezuma’s oropendola nesting colony.

Then, we continued to the Caribbean lowlands.

A turkey vulture flying.

This video gives an idea of the region where we arrived late on 15 March.

The video is called Rainforest and Wildlife in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica.

Stay tuned!

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