Selva Verde Reserve – Caribbean Lowlands

We spent part of our second day travelling to the Selva Verde Reserve in the Caribbean Lowlands. We saw a few birds on the way such as White Hawk, Black-faced Grosbeak and several species of hummingbirds on one of our stops on the way. We stayed at this reserve for four nights. The bird table at the reserve was always popular with birds and photographers. The Sarapiqui river was right next to the selva Verde Lodge and a variety of birds could be seen along it and from a boat trip down river.

Black-faced Grosbeak

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Groove-billed Ani

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Streak-headed Woodcreeper

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Barred Antshrike

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Summer Tanager & Baltimore Oriole

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Green Honeycreeper

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Male and female Green Honeycreepers

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Wood Thrush

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Black-cowled Oriole

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Crimson-collared Tanager

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Red Throated Ant-Tanager

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Rufous Motmot

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Bare-throated Tiger-Heron

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Blue-black Grosbeak

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