Woodpeckers and blue grosbeak in Costa Rica


Rufous-naped wren, Costa Rica, 22 March 2014

After 21 March in Costa Rica came, of course, 22 March. Still in Guanacaste province. One of the earliest birds that morning was this rufous-naped wren.

A wood stork flies past.

Rose-throated becard, 22 March 2014

A rose-throated becard on a branch.

A cinnamon hummingbird.

A great egret near the pond.

Hoffmann's woodpecker, 22 March 2014

A Hoffmann’s woodpecker.

An eastern meadowlark on a pole.

Streak-backed oriole, 22 March 2014

A streak-backed oriole.

Groove-billed ani, 22 March 2014

A groove-billed ani.

A Baltimore oriole and a spot-breasted oriole together in a tree.

A white-tailed kite flying.

A ferrugineous pygmy-owl on a branch, calling. White-lored gnatcatchers try to drive it away.

A we walk back: a black-headed trogon.

A white-fronted parrot flying.

A boat-billed flycatcher on its nest in a tree.

An inca dove.

A groove-billed ani drinking from a fountain.

Barn swallows flying.

Blue grosbeak, 22 March 2014

In a tree not far away, a blue grosbeak.

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