5 Birds in the Canopy

With rain finally coming every afternoon, I’m also seeing a few more birds other than the Yigüirro (Clay-colored Thrush) singing his heart out to beg for rain says the tradition. Well, he finally succeeded, and though 5 species in one morning walk is an improvement, it is still not a lot of different birds compared to my past experience here. All were in the shadows of the canopy leaves of different trees with only this Yigüirro having direct light, but here’s the five birds I saw the other morning even if not good photos . . .

Yigüirro or Clay-colored Thrush, Atenas, Costa Rica
Rufous-naped Wren, Atenas, Costa Rica
Tropical Kingbird, Atenas, Costa Rica
Palm Tanager, Atenas, Costa Rica
Gray-headed Chachalaca, Atenas, Costa Rica

See also my Costa Rica Birds Galleries.

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