Bat Falcon - distant and in poor early morning light - one of a pair on site
Me and Eduardo birding
Dense habitat - the lack of bird photos paints a very different picture to what it was like. Over 2 hours we had around 50 species of birds, almost all of them were difficult to photograph in dense foliage and or high up in the canopy.
White Collared Seed Eater - common along edges and open brush
Jamie checking out a Keel Billed Tucan
Tropical Kingbird - relatively common
After another afternoon exploring the grounds, Sophie and I went on a night walk around the grounds while Jamie and Julia went on another night boat safari. I was left slightly jealous as they came across a Northern Potoo, which showed down to c12 feet.
Red Eyed Tree Frog
Kinkajou - one of 2 seen
Also seen were a Possum, a Turantula and a family party of roosting Rufous Bellied Chachalaca.