Just a short blog update to say Happy New Year and that I will be posting more bird photos soon. After packing up and leaving Zambia, we have been busy getting life together back in Ohio where we needed to make lots of arrangements to get settled. Despite being between jobs, we decided to take a vacation for our twentieth anniversary so we are in Costa Rica for ten days doing a lot of birding. I can’t take much time out from the trip to blog but thought I would post a short preview today. We are only on day two but have seen lots of birds and are thoroughly enjoying it.
A female Passerini’s Tanager has her own subtle beauty.
Chestnut-mandibled Toucans are relatively common where we are.
There are many hummingbirds. The Rufous-tailed is the most common. So many beautiful birds. There will be lots more to come. All photos by Jonathan Moeller.