Vireo-Grassquit-Tanager-Grosbeak-Nicaragua

Yellow-throated Vireo,  Montibelli Nature Reserve, Nicaragua
Yellow-faced Grassquit,  El Jaguar Nature Reserve, Nicaragua
“Maybe” a migrant Yellow-bellied Flycatcher ,  El Jaguar Nature Reserve, Nicaragua

I first called it a “Bush Tanager” but an expert corrected me on it.

Rose-breasted Grosbeak,  El Jaguar Nature Reserve, Nicaragua
A really bad photo, but it does show I saw one!  🙂

Will I ever finish the Nicaragua birds? You may be asking that and I am getting closer to the end, but it is I believe the most different birds I have photographed on any trip, about 85 to 90 species. No exact count yet, but it beats my 2009 Costa Rica birding trip with about 50 species.

2 Replies to “Vireo-Grassquit-Tanager-Grosbeak-Nicaragua”

  1. The Bush Tanager is a flycatcher. Difficult family to ID with one pic though I would venture to say a migrant Yellow-bellied Flycatcher

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