Wednesday, 2 January 2013

The final Cano Palma

Just finished this morning's last banding session
- a second Pale-vented Thrush the highlight, this species had  not been caught in this lowland area before this trip.(photos when home)
An imm. male Ruddy Quail-Dove was nice too.

Just before we boat back for a few final days based at the Sea Turtle Conservancy in Tortuguero,15 mins from the crow's nest above the boat-dock
- the Sungrebe appeared again, making strange noises and had a strange wing-flicking motion as it swam. A 5 foot Caiman floated around with a carefree attitude, and a Double-toothed Kite sat watching, taking it all in, but not going to move from his perch above...

See posts below for further details of all our locations and activities with CRBO - Costa Rica Bird Observatories

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