Still 18 March 2014 in the highlands of Costa Rica. After the hummingbirds and the coati earlier in the day, we went higher up the mountains, and saw long-tailed silky flycatchers.
This species lives only in the mountains of Costa Rica and western Panama.
A male and a female sat together in a tree.
Two band-tailed pigeons sat in another tree.
As we walked back again, we saw (probably other) long-tailed silky flycatchers again.
They were feeding on berries.
Flowers were there as well. More other flowers, like orchids, will have to wait till a later blog post.
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