More Hide & Seek Birds

At breakfast the other morning the wind had stopped and these two birds came to my Cecropia Tree, though reluctantly showing themselves, hiding in the glare of morning sun.

Yigüirro or Clay-colored Thrush, My Garden, Atenas, Costa Rica
Red-billed Pigeon, My Garden, Atenas, Costa Rica

“Birds learn how to fly, never knowing where the flight will take them.”

-Mark Nepo

See also my Costa Rica Birds Gallery.

¡Pura Vida!

I will be doing separate posts concerning my radiotherapy, though I hope for more nature to share from my month-plus hotel nearby! 🙂

2 Replies to “More Hide & Seek Birds”

  1. Amazing variety of birds down there.

    We had our annual sighting of an Indigo Bunting on Sunday. They don’t hang around long–usually only see them once a year, but we’ve plenty of other birds around (within 1/2 mile of Chesapeake Bay) to keep us entertained.

    1. And you have quite a variety of birds in your area also, just different. I follow the blog of a bird and other nature photographer named Mike Powell who goes to some wildlife preserve in Virginia I think. Nature is powerful anywhere you live! And I’ve seen Indigo Bunting’s only about 3 or 4 times in my life – cool bird! And they do come down here.

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