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N 14 B 146 C 4 E Aug 10, 2022 F Aug 10, 2022
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Males suffused with raspberry red, especially on head and breast. Compared to House Finch, males lack distinct streaks on sides and are overall more colorful, especially on back and wings. Females and first-year males have contrasty head pattern with pale eyebrow and darker cheek; also note well-defined streaks on sides. Breed in coniferous or mixed forests. Winters in a wider variety of habitats with trees.

N 23 B 149 C 5 E Aug 9, 2022 F Aug 10, 2022
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Males suffused with raspberry red, especially on head and breast. Compared to House Finch, males lack distinct streaks on sides and are overall more colorful, especially on back and wings. Females and first-year males have contrasty head pattern with pale eyebrow and darker cheek; also note well-defined streaks on sides. Breed in coniferous or mixed forests. Winters in a wider variety of habitats with trees.

N 24 B 196 C 8 E Mar 10, 2022 F Aug 8, 2022
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Steve Hamilton heard a noise in a nearby tree and looked up and this hawk-eagle swooped by and landed in this tree next to the lodge. I initially just got a glimpse and thought this was a chachalaca... so thank you very much Mr. Hamilton for convincing me it was an Eagle !

Uncommon, spectacular, crested eagle of tropical forest in the lowlands and foothills. Most frequently seen soaring in mid-late morning, but when hunting perches at all levels in the forest interior. Adult has orangish plumage on the side of its head and boldly barred underparts. The immature, although rarely seen, has a white head and white underparts with barring on the belly. The long and spiky crest is held flat in flight, but can be raised vertically on perched birds.

This composite image was photographed thru a small opening in many branches in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.

N 23 B 283 C 4 E Mar 10, 2022 F Aug 7, 2022
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Striking jay with mostly black head and throat, deep indigo upperparts, and contrasting white belly. Long tail with white tip. Pale eye. Sexes alike. Usually found in small family groups. Occurs in forested habitats, including shrubby second growth and forest edge.

This one was lodge friendly and was perched on a railing when I took this image.

This one was photographed in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.

N 25 B 320 C 2 E Mar 10, 2022 F Aug 7, 2022
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Rather large, spectacular hummingbird of humid tropical lowlands that favors forest edges, adjacent clearings with scattered trees and flowering bushes, and gardens. Feeds at all levels, often in the canopy, hovering with its tail cocked and occasionally opening it to show extensive white. Male has deep blue hood, green upperparts with white collar (often hard to see), white underparts, and mostly white tail. Some females look similar to males while others look very different, with dark spotting below and a mostly green tail with white tips.

This one was photographed in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.


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