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Recent content by rdavis

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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Yellow-crowned Night-Heron Immature GALAP SER'

    Thank you, "Nutcracker." I have made the appropriate changes to the title and other text associated with the posting. rdavis
  2. Spot-breasted Wren C-RICA SER 2

    Spot-breasted Wren C-RICA SER 2

    This photo is the final upload in my December 2015 or second Costa Rica series. This bird was located on northern Costa Rica at the extreme southern limit of its Central American range. It was very difficult to photograph, as it stayed near the forest floor in a dense tangle of dead fallen...
  3. Rufous-naped Wren C-RICA SER 2

    Rufous-naped Wren C-RICA SER 2

    I photographed this individual at the southern limit of the species' range near the central Pacific coast of Costa Rica.
  4. Hoffmann's Woodpecker Male C-RICA SER 2

    Hoffmann's Woodpecker Male C-RICA SER 2

    See my just-uploaded photo of the female of this species.
  5. Hoffmann's Woodpecker Female C-RICA SER 2

    Hoffmann's Woodpecker Female C-RICA SER 2

    A Central American species ranging from Honduras to Costa Rica. Shortly, I will upload a photo of the male.
  6. Hairy Woodpecker, Costa Rica Race C-RICA SER 2

    Hairy Woodpecker, Costa Rica Race C-RICA SER 2

    This race of Hairy Woodpecker of the mountains of Costa Rica and nearby mountains of Panama has a browned underside. The North American races have largely white undersides.
  7. Black-cheeked Woodpecker C-RICA SER 2

    Black-cheeked Woodpecker C-RICA SER 2

  8. Acorn Woodpecker C-RICA SER 2

    Acorn Woodpecker C-RICA SER 2

  9. Spot-crowned Woodcreeper C-RICA SER 2

    Spot-crowned Woodcreeper C-RICA SER 2

    Over many trips to the New World tropics, I have always found woodcreepers a challenge to photograph. This one was no different. As soon as I would get the bird in my viewfinder, it would scurry around the other side of the tree trunk or limb where it was foraging. This bird was on the...
  10. Gray-necked Wood-Rail C-RICA SER 2

    Gray-necked Wood-Rail C-RICA SER 2

  11. Willet C-RICA SER 2

    Willet C-RICA SER 2

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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Louisiana Waterthrush Scene C-RICA SER 2'

    This bird is not a "Thrush," despite the fact that the term appears in the bird's name. It is a New World warbler or "wood warbler," as stated in the Photo Details.
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Whimbrel C-RICA SER 2'

    This was not a belly shot. It appears to have been shot from a low position because it was shot from a great distance away using telephoto on tripod, so the angle of elevation was very small. I have a bad hand tremor, and must use a tripod for all my shots.
  14. Whimbrel C-RICA SER 2

    Whimbrel C-RICA SER 2

  15. Louisiana Waterthrush Closeup C-RICA SER 2

    Louisiana Waterthrush Closeup C-RICA SER 2

    This is a zoomed-in (cropped) version of the prior uploaded photo.
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