Not captive, but also not very wild, was this large bird accustomed to the presence of humans.
Wilson's Warbler (male)
The black capped Wilson's warbler is a winter resident and passage migrant common 800m a.s.l. As all warblers, the bright yellow wilson's warbler is constantly moving.
Toucans not only feed on fruits - they also steel eggs and nestlings from the nests of other species!
Black-bellied Hummingbird (male)
This tiny male black-bellied hummingbird grows up to eight cm only. It is regularly chased away by bigger hummingbirds and then hides in a safe place.
Scarlet Macaw in flight
Top action photo of a Scarlet Macaw having an attalea fruit in his beak while flying back to his favorite perch and showing the entire ara macao's impressive red, blue and yellow coloured plumage.
San Gerardo de Dota is nestled in the Savegre River Valley and a heaven for nature enthusiasts. Altitude ranges between 2200 and 3000 m.a.s.l
Eyecontact with a Green Iguana
Beautiful Green Iguana on the ground having eye contact with the prone photographer.
Green honeycreeper (Kappennaschvogel) feeding on nectar. Sensational turquoise-green plumage!
This species is endemic to the Southern Pacific lowlands and Panama.
Brown-capped Tyrannulets sheltering
These two brown-capped tyrannulets seem to seek shelter in a downpoor.
Because of the white throat, this puffbird is also called white-throated puffbird.
This semiplumbeus hawk shows its orange talons perfectly matching the nostril's ("cere") and eye colour.
This bird is also called "Michael Jackson Bird" because of the male's dance-like courtship display!