Monday, July 28, 2008

Belize reprise

Its quiet so why not, a few more images from Belize.

Chan Chich from a big mound.

A White-nosed Coati which gave us a hard time.

Some fat bloke on a bridge.
White-collared Manakin above, a male about to go pop.

Occelated they may be but they hide it well.

Gallon Jug, almost like Notts

A bit of red eye on this pauraque

Bird's Eye Lodge from the water.
Below the Crooked Tree Police station, banged to rights.

Little Blue Heron in its uninspired phase.

Ringed Kingfisher, stupid name, it rattles not rings.

Tropical Mockingbird. They have a very distinctive song for Canadians "hot enough for ya eh!"

Central American Spider Monkey, a name as long as its tail. Also a Violaceous Trogon and Northern Jacana.

A plethora of Neotropical Cormorants.

Mayan Rubble piled high

A mother Yucatan Black Howler Monkey and bebe below.

A Laughing Falcon having a quiet chuckle to itself.

Steamy Jungle

What do you wanna do next!

Jabiru, big birds.

Black-bellied Whistling Ducks, not sure what tune though.

Its yellow, its green, its a Yellow-green Vireo.

Golden-fronted Woodpecker about to peck some wood.

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