Brown pelicans and great blue heron in Costa Rica

Anhinga and neotropic cormorants, 25 March 2014

Still 25 March 2014 on the Tarcoles river in Costa Rica. After going downstream, we approached the point where the Tarcoles water flows into the Pacific ocean. An anhinga and neotropical cormorants together on a drowned tree.

Neotropic cormorant, 25 March 2014

This photo shows a young neotropic cormorant.

Osprey, 25 March 2014

An osprey flying.

Brown pelicans, 25 March 2014

Still closer to the ocean, adult (white-headed) and young (brown-headed) brown pelicans on the beach.

Brown pelicans, on 25 March 2014

Unfortunately, besides these beautiful birds, also not so beautiful waste on the shore.

Tricoloured heron, 25 March 2014

A tricoloured heron.

Great blue heron, 25 March 2014

A great blue heron.

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