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These guys were EVERYWHERE. I could have just tooken pics all day!
Around birdfeeders outside of a cafe in Monteverde, Costa rica
I hear that! I have tons of photos that I know I need to go through again. At least you'll have a place for it when you find it
i got a coral snake pic but im not sure where it is
Here is the birds mission http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/7786...and I didn't notice if you got any snakes, but a costa rican snakes mission too http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1305...Enjoy!
sweet, thanks could u send a link for that?
It wasn't part of the trip, unfortunately. Hopefully next time. You had a picture of a green violet ear that you haven't put up yet. Also, if you're interested, there is a birds of Costa Rica and Panama mission you can add these to, at your leisure
you should have gone to the monteverde cloud forest reserve, right down the road was a cafe and a small tourist shop. Right outside they must have had 15 humming bird feeders. it was awesome :)
I'm jealous. We were in Costa Rica last year, but no place we stayed had feeders. We saw rufous tailed and one other... I think it was a mango. I had hoped for more
im changing the spottings, thanks!
thanks karen, i would but no time! ugh. :/
I agree with Karen, you should put them into separate spottings.
It appears to be two different species or more - make separate spottings with each species and ask for help with identification. These are gorgeous!
Lat: 10.30, Long: -84.80
Spotted on Jul 21, 2012 Submitted on Oct 13, 2012