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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

alajuela province

  1. Blue Dacnis, Male

    Blue Dacnis, Male

    Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana ultramarina) male.
  2. Keel-billed Toucan

    Keel-billed Toucan

    Keel-billed Toucan (Ramphastos sulfurous brevicarinatus)
  3. Brown-hooded Parrot

    Brown-hooded Parrot

    Brown-hooded Parrot (Pyrilia haematotis haematotis)
  4. Scaly-breasted Hummingbird

    Scaly-breasted Hummingbird

    Scaly-breasted Hummingbird (Phaeochroa cuvierii roberti) nectaring torch ginger.
  5. King Vulture Pair

    King Vulture Pair

    King Vulture (Sarcoramphus papa) pair
  6. Yellow-throated Toucan Pair

    Yellow-throated Toucan Pair

    Yellow-throated Toucan pair (Ramphastos ambiguus swainsonii)
  7. Collared Aracari

    Collared Aracari

    Collared Aracari (Pteroglossus torquatus torquatus)
  8. Brown-hooded Parrots

    Brown-hooded Parrots

    Brown-hooded Parrots (Pyrilia haematotis haematotis)
  9. Keel-billed Toucan

    Keel-billed Toucan

    Keel-billed Toucan (Ramphastos sulfuratus brevicarinatus)
  10. Yellow-throated Toucan

    Yellow-throated Toucan

    Yellow-throated Toucan (Ramphastos ambiguus swainsonii)
  11. Chestnut-headed Oropendola

    Chestnut-headed Oropendola

    Chestnut-head Oropendola (Psarocolius wagleri ridgwayi)
  12. Plumed Basilisk Lizard Female

    Plumed Basilisk Lizard Female

    Plumed Basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons: Corytophanidae) female. Another common name is Green Basilisk, it also goes by a few other common names. They get to 25.4 cm (10 in) long from snout to vent but overall they reach lengths of 91.4 cm (36 in). The tail makes a little over 70% of its total...
  13. King Vulture

    King Vulture

    King Vulture (Sarcoramphus papa)
  14. Keel-billed Toucans

    Keel-billed Toucans

    Keel-billed Toucans (Ramphastos sulfurous brevicarinatus)
  15. Olive-backed Euphonia

    Olive-backed Euphonia

    Olive-backed Euphonia (Euphonia gouldi praetermissa)
  16. Grass-Veneer Moth

    Grass-Veneer Moth

    Grass-Veneer Moth (Crambidae)
  17. Blue Dacnis, male

    Blue Dacnis, male

    Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana ultramarina) male.
  18. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana)
  19. Robber Frog

    Robber Frog

    Robber Frog (Craugastor sp.: Craugastoridae)
  20. Chestnut-capped Warbler

    Chestnut-capped Warbler

    Chestnut-capped Warbler (Basileuterus delattrii delattrii)
  21. Slate-throated Redstart

    Slate-throated Redstart

    Slate-throated Redstart (Myioborus miniatus comptus)
  22. Violet Sabrewing, juvenile male

    Violet Sabrewing, juvenile male

    Violet Sabrewing (Campylopterus hemileucurus mellitus) juvenile male. I have no idea what the flowers are. It is a robust shrub planted through out the garden. The gardener, owner nor any of the bird guides present knew what it was. I assume it is a non-native sold at local nurseries. All of...
  23. Northern Emerald Toucanet

    Northern Emerald Toucanet

    Northern Emerald Toucanet (Aulacorhynchus prasinus maxillaris)
  24. Violet Sabrewing, male

    Violet Sabrewing, male

    Violet Sabrewing (Campylopterus hemileucurus mellitus)
  25. Prong-billed Barbets

    Prong-billed Barbets

    Prong-billed Barbets (Semnornis frantzii)
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