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The weather became hot and steamy at Esquinas after a few days without rain, and the Blue-headed Parrots were enjoying the shade and snacking on palm fruit.
It's tough to capture these little bundles of energy.
Today was the day for close-up views of some special birds. This Red-faced Spinetail was just a few feet from the road and it let us get close views.
Baird's sandpiper, seen near Eugene, Oregon.
California quail mother, keeping an eye out for danger.
After a few cold days at the end of September, the sun came out and the Golden-crowned sparrows took advantage of the warmth to burrow into the leaves in our backyard.
The Cactus wrens love the early morning sunlight in the desert in the springtime. There were dozens of these fantastic birds calling to one another throughout the scrub area right outside our hotel. It was a great way to start our desert birding trip.
American goldfinch after snacking on my feeder.
Black-capped chickadee, checking out my camera.
Lovely male Bushtit, checking out his surroundings.
Our recent birding trips.
Read about our birdwatching at Casitas Tenorio in Bijagua, Costa Rica in April 2016.
Our birding adventure at Tirimbina Biological Reserve in La Virgen, Costa Rica with José Iván Castillo.
A report of our birdwatching trip to Mt Lewis National Park near Julatten, Queensland in November, 2016.
Our birdwatching trip report from the Cattana Wetlands at Smithfield, Queensland.
A report of our trip from McAllen, Texas to Big Bend National Park, on our search for sparrows.