First sighting of the Fork-tailed Flycatcher in Kabalebo for this year.
This young Rufous-breasted Hermit will follow in its mothers' footsteps soon.
It has been a while since I last wrote about puma sightings near the resort. Here is an update for 2016:
The Great Green Iguana is known as the largest lizard of the Amazon. But still it is unbelievable to know that the little fellow on the left will grow into the Great Green Iguana, pictured right.
Here you can see how a young male Crimson Topaz will change into a mesmerizing young adult. Enjoy reading.
In general manakins are one of the most difficult birds to photograph, but I managed to take pictures from at least 3. Enjoy!
Here you see the Green Ibis in its natural colors. A common bird seen on a daily basis in Kabalebo.
The Reddish Hermit, the second smallest hummingbird in Kabalebo, is a proud mother of 2. I witnessed the incubation/feeding period for the second time.
The Crimson Topaz (Topaza pella) is best known for his colorful appearance. And you'll see why.
This Upland Sandpiper (Bartramia longicauda) paid Kabalebo a quick visit.
This is the Emerald Tree Boa (Corallus caninus), one that can blend very well with its surroundings.