And other species.
A flock of three-striped warblers on a bush.
A bright-rumped attila in a tree.
A monarch butterfly on flowers.
Like yesterday, a chestnut-capped brush finch.
An Inca dove.
And a Central American agouti.
This tarantula is of the Brachypelma genus.
About this butterfly, I don’t even know the genus.
A male magenta-throated woodstar hummingbird flying. A species which lives only in Costa Rica and Panama.
In the forest, a ruddy-capped nightingale thrush on a branch.
A spotted woodcreeper climbs up a tree trunk.
A tufted flycatcher in a tree.
An American dipper on a rock in the stream.
11:35. Two American dippers on rocks in the stream. Unfortunately, just at a time when the camera was acting up. So, just this one photo.
We left, to the Arenal volcano.