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


  1. Brown-throated Parakeet

    Brown-throated Parakeet

    Subspecies ''E. p. ocularis''
  2. Slug


    I was told this was a slug and the consequences if I touched it could be very unpleasant.
  3. Black-hooded Antshrike

    Black-hooded Antshrike

    A very confiding bird, but in low light situation, This is the second upload of this image, I lightened it a bit more.
  4. Smooth-billed Ani

    Smooth-billed Ani

    The funny thing is that we registered both species at essentially the same location.
  5. American Kestrel

    American Kestrel

    In the photos, it was changing the angle all the time. I think I remember it was windy, so I think that was the explanation.
  6. Savanna Hawk immature

    Savanna Hawk immature

    Sitting on the fence along a public road.
  7. Northern Royal Flycatcher

    Northern Royal Flycatcher

    My first time catching up with this species. Subspecies mexicanus
  8. Unknown butterfly-moth

    Unknown butterfly-moth

    I am not even sure whether this is a butterfly or a moth. I am interested in help with id. It felt even more well camouflaged at the time I saw it than in this image.
  9. Unknown butterfly

    Unknown butterfly

    No flash was used even though the image looks like it could have been. I would be interested in getting an id.
  10. Red-crowned Woodpecker female

    Red-crowned Woodpecker female

    A moment later, it flew off to the right.
  11. White-browed Gnatcatcher

    White-browed Gnatcatcher