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A close-up of a female Northern Flicker.
The Juncos are back to the lowlands now that winter is coming.
A portrait of a Bewick's Wren.
Winter is the perfect time to see Wood Ducks in the pond at McLane Creek Nature Trail.
The Band-tailed Pigeons are getting ready to migrate and they're filling up on acorns.
White-throated Mountain-gem at Batsú Gardens.
We visited Catarata del Toro with our good friend Ivan Castillo, and one of the many highlights were the Black-bellied Hummingbirds in the gardens.
This bird seemed to be tired from migration, as it let me observe as it foraged in the pickleweed at Tolmie State Park. As I sat there, the bird would get about two meters away from me.
One of my favorite birds in San Gerardo de Dota.
Goliath Heron is the largest heron in the world, standing at 1,50 meters tall. It is a passive hunter. They may stand motionlessly about an hour, adopting a tall posture for better visual appreciation