Continuing with Belize, still trying to make it regionally-relevant. Here's a trio of birds that have at least occurred in the ABA area, though not exactly regularly. . .
[I even know people who have seen Fork-tailed Flycatcher in Cape May. . .not me, though. Sigh. The extremely long tail and deeply notched primaries indicate an adult male, not normally the age we get when a vagrant appears. Remember, if you get a distant candidate and the tail waves in flight like this one's, it's a Fork-tailed; Scissor-tailed Flycatcher tails are stiff. Somewhere along a Belizean road, March 16, 2011.]
Up next, since I'm still couch-bound and going through photos - the prettiest birds of Belize.