You just can't escape the roosters in Kaua'i no matter where you go
Yellow Throated Euphonias and a Blue-Grey Tanager at Ecocentro Danaus
Green Honeycreeper at Ecocentro Danaus
Crested Guan near Arenal
The seldom-seen Laughing Falcon, a snake eater, near Rio Parismina
Roseate Spoonbills on the Rio Caño Negro
Neotropic Cormorants on the Rio Caño Negro
Yellow Crowned Night Heron in Tortuguero National Park
A Little Blue Heron in Tortuguero National Park
The Anhinga, which is Brazilian for "devil bird"
Royal Terns perched on the old pilings of Rock Sound's dock
A family of ducks in one of the unnamed lakes in the Caribou Wilderness
Young albatross testing the winds to see if it's strong enough to help them take flight for their seven-year sea journey. Isla Española.
A young Nazca booby chick with a parent on Isla Española.
Two Nazca booby chicks with a parent. These birds practice siblicide; some time later this day the elder chick (left) will push the younger one (right) out of the nesting area to die. The parents will not intervene.
Nazca boobies tend to their eggs & hatchlings on Isla Española.
Sea lions on the rocks of Isla Española, the masts of the SS Mary Anne in the background.
Young ducklings take refuge under the shell of a Galápagos Tortoise on Santa Cruz Island.
Ducklings & Tortoise
Greater Galápagos Flamingo
A Greater Galápagos Flamingo near Playa de las Bachas, Santa Cruz Island.
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