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Oropendolas Compared C-RICA SER 2
Attracted to fruit feeders at the lodge were two species of oropendolas, the closer bird on lower left a Montezuma Oropendola, and the more distant bird in the center a Chestnut-headed Oropendola. Both species are in the blackbird-oriole group, and build large pendulous nests in trees.
At feeders at lodge, surrounded by moist upland forest
Rancho Naturalista near Turrialba, Costa Rica
Date taken
2 December 2015
Scientific name
Psarocolius montezuma, Psarocolius wagleri
Equipment used
Canon 7D Mark II, Canon 500 mm II f/4 + 1.4x
A beautifully capture of these two species Ron.

I gotta stop throwing away my over ripe bananas ;)
What wonderful birds, Ronald. Very well taken shot.

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