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Mistletoe Tyrannulet
Mistletoe Tyrannulet (Zimmerius parvus)
Habitat
Foothills of Rincon de Vieja premontane rainforest/cloud forest at ca. 780 m (2,559 ft) elevation.
Location
apir Valley Reserve, Bijagua de Upala, Alajuela Province, Costa Rica.
Date taken
July 2023
Scientific name
Zimmerius parvus
Equipment used
Canon
beautiful merging colors, Stanley, superb portrait of this little cutie, many tfs!!
 
This cute flycatcher blends beautifully in the backdrop of lovely pastel tones of green, Stanley.

Captivating composition!
 
Two beautiful detailed captures Stan...Nice like-coloured backdrop here too.
 
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Another lovely species Stanley. I saw a "Mistletoebird" in Australia. That one also eats mistletoes, but instead of catching flies (which I guess your one does) it was a flowerpecker and ate spiders and moths. Interesting, isn't it.

A terrific picture my friend. Thanks.
 

Media information

Category
Central & South America & Mexico
Added by
Stanley Jones
Date added
View count
414
Comment count
9

Image metadata

Device
Canon Canon EOS R5
Aperture
ƒ/7.1
Focal length
500.0 mm
Exposure time
1/1250 second(s)
ISO
4000
Filename
Mistletoe Tyrannulet, Tapir Valley Reseve, Bijagua, Alajuela Province, Costa Rica.jpg
File size
220.5 KB
Date taken
Sun, 02 July 2023 8:51 AM
Dimensions
1024px x 916px

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