Iguana and young owls in Costa Rica


Black iguana, 21 March 2014

In my earlier blog post, I stopped with the crested caracara on a dry meadow in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Still, 21 March 2014. This black iguana was there as well. This species is said to be the fastest running lizard in the world.

There were orange-fronted parakeets too.

Grasshopper, 21 March 2014

And a grasshopper.

Black-headed trogon, 21 March 2014

As we walked, a black-headed trogon.

And a rufous-naped wren.

Pacific screech owls, 21 March 2014

In a big tree, two adult Pacific screech owls and their three youngsters. This is the third year they nest here.

A common ground-dove.

A blue grosbeak.

A white-collared seedeater.

Brown-crested flycatcher, 21 March 2014

A brown-crested flycatcher.

A scrub euphonia.

A streak-backed oriole.

A stripe-headed sparrow.

A turquoise-browed motmot in a tree.

An osprey in another tree.

An inca dove in yet another tree.

A grey-lined hawk.

Wood stork, 21 March 2014

In yet again another tree, a wood stork.

White-fronted parrots, 21 March 2014

Then, white-fronted parrots.

Finally for today, a streaked flycatcher.

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