The table also attracted palm tanagers.
A blue morpho butterfly.
A clay-coloured thrush (the national bird of Costa Rica, because of its beautiful singing).
A flock of white-collared swifts flying near a distant waterfall.
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.
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.
A mantled howler monkey family, including a youngster, feeding in a tree.
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.