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A dizzying array of Woodcreepers inhabit Central and South American forests. This Striped Woodcreeper was foraging near Reserva Natural Palmari in the Brazilian rainforest.
Early in the morning is the best time to get the Swainson's Thrushes up and singing. As the day progresses, they get skulkier and harder to find.
The baby Pacific Wrens just hatched a few weeks ago, but the parents are busy gathering nesting moss for the 2nd brood, even though they're still feeding brood #1. It looks exhausting!
We were lucky to spend some time with a pair of Dot-backed Antbirds during our trip to Brazil.
A Chestnut-capped Brushfinch checking to see if the coast is clear.
Chestnut-capped Brushfinches are skulky, shy birds that are very difficult to see in the wild. They're a bit easier to see at feeders, like those at La Minga Ecolodge.
We had nice, close views of Orange-bellied Euphonias during our stay at La Minga EcoLodge in Colombia.
A Bewicks' Wren singing on a wet day in Olympia.
A beautiful Greater Blue-eared Starling in Kruger National Park.
Spring is a busy time for the Western Meadowlarks as they perch up high to announce their territories.