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Yellow Winged Cacique - Cacique Mexicano

Cacicus melanicterus


Yellow Winged Cacique - Cacique Mexicano


Parque Nacional (National Park) Huatulco. This is a protected area (Área Natural Protegida) created in 1998. It contains 6,375 hectares of lowland jungle and 5,516 hectares of marine areas, encompassing the bays of Bahía Maguey, Bahía Órgano, Bahía Cacaluta, Bahía Chachacual and Bahía San Agustín. In these bays live the most important coral communities of the Mexican Pacific. 723 species of animals live in the park as well as a number of species of colorful fish, and it is open to scuba diving, bird-watching and hiking. In 2005, Huatulco was awarded the Green Globe International Certification as a sustainable tourist area. Huatulco was the first sustainable tourist community in the Americas and the third worldwide


Photo taken in - Parque Eco Arqueologico Copalita, Oaxaca, Mexico

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maplemoth662 4 years ago

Photo No. 2, is a great photo....Photo No. 2, is a masterpiece, so full of beauty and color....A world class photo.....An absolutely stunning, photo and bird....Many artists, would be honored, to paint this very beautiful bird, in oil....Etc....

maplemoth662 4 years ago

Two, very beautiful photos....A very beautiful bird....A masterpiece, of beauty and color....

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

Incredible shots and a great spotting John. Thanks for sharing this.

Ismael Chaves
Ismael Chaves 7 years ago

Great photo

huatulco 7 years ago

Yes I am....

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 7 years ago

Hi huatulco,
I'm just being very copyright careful here -- are you Jon Church?

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Oaxaca, Mexico

Spotted on Apr 21, 2012
Submitted on Jun 16, 2014

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