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  • Tanagers of Volcano Lodge Costa Rica
    55th birthday I crossed photographing the birds of Costa Rica off my bucket list Palm Tanager Cherrie s Tanager Blue gray Tanager Passerini s Tanager Unidentified tanager female white lined tanager more blue tanagers another of my favourite photos Back

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  • Assorted Birds of Volcano Lodge Costa Rica
    bird for a national bird when there are so many colorful options Find out here http 10000birds com what is the national bird of costa rica htm Red Legged Honey Creeper Note both the male and female in the shot The female is the dull looking one What amazing colors I chased him around for an hour and didn t really get the shot Ground Dove cow bird Grey headed

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  • best bird photos of Costa Rica
    of the Costa Rica On my 55th birthday I crossed photographing the birds of Costa Rica off my bucket list In no particular order Back to Costa Rica Bird Index

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  • Arizona Vulture Mine
    rusty vehicles Vulture Mine began mining gold in 1863 when Henry Wickenburg discovered gold there The town of Wickenburg sprang up around the mining activity and it is said to have spawned the birth of nearby Phoenix Today the population of Wickenburg is approximately 6600 The mine itself is an out of the way semi tourist attraction Although many of the old the buildings are barely standing tours are arranged

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  • Arizona Castle Hotsprings Loop
    dirt road runs through several creek beds and river bottoms and right past the old Castle Hot Springs Resort and the edges of Lake Pleasant Castle Hot Springs Loop can be reached by taking the Lake Pleasant Road or Castle Hot Springs Road off of Highway 74 The splendid Saguaro Cactus Saguaros is the largest cactus species in the US They can grow over 40 feet tall and can live

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  • Tucson Bunkhouse Sonora Desert
    a luxiourious few hours in the dry morning heat letting the desert wrap itself around us The Museum offered the desert to us up close and personal as we strolled along paved and manicured paths With spring in full bloom the birds were nesting all around A Cactus wren returns to her thorny nest As vast and desolate as the Sonora Desert is we found a peace here amongst the

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  • Tucson Bunkhouse Sonora Desert
    the entrance fee was reasonable Once again we were surrounded by the desert Cactus reached out to touch us at every turn T he magestic Saguaro stood tall each with its own personality Hummingbirds galore This is a Pyrrhuloxia part

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  • Tucson Bunkhouse Sonora Desert
    was a bonus offering respite from the heat and dust of the trail We sampled the onsite hot tub but did not have the opportunity to use the extensive outdoor lounge or barbeque area We were pleasantly surprised with the photographic opportunities found within the secure gates of this 2 3 acre property Our front door and kitchen window overlooked a yard full of cactus quail ocotillo and rabbits The variety of plants and a convenient water source made the property a popular destination for the resident bird population In the comfort of our front yard we encountered an Ash throated fly catcher cactus wren Mated pairs of Phainopepla lesser goldfinches hummers doves and quail The Gila woodpecker pronounced Geela was everywhere to be seen and heard The bunkhouse offered much more space privacy and no stairs and was by far the better choice With enough room to spread my camera equipment around we found the space comfortable inviting quiet and conducive to relaxing Of course relaxing was not part of the agenda as we were on the go most of the visit The local market Sprouts offered some delicious sausage fresh greens and a wonderful local wine Arizona Angel

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