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105 (CR 64) Sungrebe. Cano Negro, February. Still on the productive boat trip. A lifer for me. Note the nice black and white feet....

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106 (R 65) Barred Antshrike. Cano Negro, February. About halfway through the trip we left the boat for half an hour to take a walk along the bank. Our guide managed to get a response from this secretive bird and even managed to get it out of the thick bushes for a few seconds.

 

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107 (CR 66) Spot-breasted Wren, Cano Negro, February. The same walk delivered this wren, a lifer, like the antshrike was.

 

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108 (CR 67) Mangrove Cuckoo. Cano Negro, February. The best I could manage. The same walk.

 

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109 (CR 68). Red-winged Blackbird. Cano Negro, February. Displaying its red shoulder patches, while singing.

 

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110 (CR 69). White Ibis. Cano Negro, February. Quite common in the Cano Negro region, but only seen sporadically elsewhere.

 

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111 (CR 70). Northern Crested Caracara. Cano Negro, February. Also quite common in this area. As big as the vultures...

 

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112 (CR 71) Great-tailed Grackle. Cano Negro, February. Common, widespread and very vocal.

 

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113 (CR 72). Northern Jacana. Cano Negro, February. This beautiful bird could be found at most locations.Its incredibly long toes allow it to navigate the lily pads.

 

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114 (CR 73). Black-collared Hawk. Cano Negro February. A raptor we only saw in this region.

 

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Galana

Stunning Red-winged Blackbird shot. It really comes alive.

A nice growing collection.

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Dave Williams

Some stunning birds and top notch photos!

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michael-ibk

Agree, particularly like the Anhinga gulping down the fish.

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