Monday, March 14, 2011

Belize - Crooked Tree Edition

Rather than spend space on endemic Yucatan Jays or the Squirrel Cuckoo we're hearing from the bar ( see the Twitter posts for some of that), folks back in the U.S. Might be interested in knowing the more common North American migrants we're finding. In order of abundance, the most common warblers here have been Magnolia, American Redstart, Northern Waterthrush, Yellow, Black-and-white, and Yellow-throated. We haven't hit primary forest yet, where things like Kentucky Warbler should pick up.

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