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La Selle Thrush, Dominican Republic
The bird of the trip on our recent Hispaniola & Puerto Rico tour was the enigmatic La Selle Thrush which posed so very well for us in the highlands of the Dominican Republic. The bird on the right is a Red-legged Thrush (Angie Cederlund).
Broad-billed Tody, Dominican Republic
The first tody of the tour was the cute Broad-billed Tody, which is widespread in the lowlands of the Dominican Republic (Angie Cederlund).
Hispaniolan Trogon, Dominican Republic
The male Hispaniolan Trogon is a real cracker (Angie Cederlund).
Hispaniolan Emerald, Dominican Republic
A male Hispaniolan Emerald (Mark Van Beirs).
Narrow-billed Tody, Dominican Republic
A delightful Narrow-billed Tody in the highlands of the Sierra de Bahoruco (Mark Van Beirs).
Antillean Euphonia, Dominican Republic
A male Antillean Euphonia (Mark Van Beirs).
Antillean Siskin, Dominican Republic
It usually takes a bit of effort to locate Antillean Siskins. This female was quietly foraging above our heads in the pine zone (Angie Cederlund).
Burrowing Owl, Dominican Republic
Burrowing Owls are always fun to observe (Mark Van Beirs).
The group at the border with Haiti (Mark Van Beirs).
The brackish Laguna de Oviedo held a few American Flamingoes together with a fine selection of other waterbirds (Mark Van Beirs).