Sunday, April 07, 2013

Road to/from Blue River

As previously noted the road in is very rough, but worth stopping from time to time, this for example is the Blue River itself:


A volcano in the distance:


American Kestrel perched:


Bronze-tailed Plumeleteer:


verdant forest:



One stop by a river was very productive, adding Golden-hooded Tanager:


Orange-fronted Parakeet:


Slaty-headed Tody-Flycatcher:


An Olive-backed Euphonia with nesting material:


 Philadelphia Vireo:


One bird that had been a target species, but given the locations we'd chosen I really didn't think we'd see (a chap we met later on had been looking for one for ten years!) was the Long-tailed Tyrant, so imagine my surprise:


We saw other species but too far into the trees for pictures.  It was worth the out and back, once!

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