Sandra’s Costa Rica

Below a selection of shots taken on the recent Costa Rica trip, see earlier posts. All of these were taken with her Panasonic SZ35.

Rancho Naturalista.

View from the public balcony to our balcony.

Looking straight out from the deck.

Left of the deck.

Small pools from the trail where hummers bathe early evening.

Forest trails

Passerini’s Tanager – from the deck and also…..

Blue-crowned Motmot in the rain.

Great Kiskadee

Golden-hooded Tanager

Violet-crowned Woodnymph

Violet Sabrewing

Female White-necked Jacobin

Brown Violet-ear

Violet-crowned Woodnymph – female.

Lake at C.A.T.I.E

One of many attractive insects that appeared after the rain stopped.

Rufous-tailed Hummingbird

Prevost’s Ground-Sparrow habitat in the Central Plateau, just missed one.

Distant Sunbittern, staying well away from the flood swollen rivers

Male Volcano Hummingbird

The caledera of Volcan Irazu. The Sulphuric Acid lake sometimes attracts shorebirds, briefly!

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