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  • kiskadee
    kiskadee takin a bath yawn I feel much better now I m outa here got a nest to build Main Mexico Index Mexico Birds Index

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/mex_kiskadee.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Toucans of Tortuga Costa Rica
    Toucan Above is a Chestnut Mandibled Toucan Although there are about 40 different toucans my Costa Rica bird book shows five We were lucky enough t see three of the five species while in Tortuga Keel Billed Toucan They usually live in pairs or small flocks Toucans eat mostly small fruit which they can easily peel and squash with their unique large sharp saw like bills Above and below is

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/Costa_Rica_Birds_toucans.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Great Kiskadee of Tortuga Costa Rica
    Kiskadee is one of the most common of the many Costa Rican birds They are of the fly catcher family but unlike most fly catcher these fellows will eat fruit lizards other birds and will even dive for fish like the kingfisher He is loud and cries out his name over and over Kiskadee Kiskadee I also photographed the Kiskadee in Mexico Although the fellow below looks like a kiskadee

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/Costa_Rica_birds_kiskadee.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Tanagers of Tortuga Costa Rica
    I now just read there are 399 species of tanagers in the tropics I don t care the count But I was impressed with the variety of tanagers we spied during our trip Above is a female summer tanager I had one in my back yard in Florida for a couple April s in a row When I reported this sighting to The Great American Bird Watch they actually sent

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  • Assorted Birds of Tortuga Costa Rica
    Again note the different colored crowns When I reported back to the room to tell Connie about them I could not spit out the words I was so excited So I headed right back out I hope I have identified these species correctly blue black grosbeakbeak male blue black grosbeak female blue black grosbeak male I like this shot as it shows the lush plant life that the birds love

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  • The Birds of The Costa Rica Rainforest at Tortuguero
    into the underbrush the closer we got Shy little thing she was Kingfishers belted kingfisher green kingfisher Tiger Heron Living in Florida I have seen and photographed many herons This was a first to see a tiger heron Check out the wing span Below is green heron A little blue heron on the left and a juvenile on the right The juvenile turns blue over time Little Blue in flight

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  • Saltators of Volcano Lodge Costa Rica
    Costa Rica off my bucket list Buff Throated Saltator Another example of the colorful birds to be seen in Costa Rica They may be part of the Tanager family They are about the size of a Northern Cardinal and were quite common in our travels around the property of Volcano Lodge To me he looks regal with his golden cape The name is Latin for leaper or dancer They feed

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  • Toucans of Tortuga Costa Rica
    photographing the birds of Costa Rica off my bucket list My Costa Rica bird book shows 52 different hummingbirds I think all of these are the Rufous tailed Hummingbird variety but I am not sure If anyone knows different please

    Original URL path: http://lonestarnorth.com/Costa_Rica_birds_hummingbirds_volcano.html (2016-04-29)
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