Savegre Hotel Natural Reserve Birds
Our second lodge was Savegre Hotel Natural Reserve which is located at 7000 feet. Holbrook Travel had arranged for Marino to take us to the
good birding locations.
Our first morning, we rose early to go see the Resplendent Quetzal. They feed on avocados and are best photographed in the early light.
We came back the second morning leaving even earlier at 5:30 a.m.to see the Quetzal.
Note the avocados in this picture. The Quetzal swallow the avocado, digest it, and then later in the day cough up the seed.
A juvenile Quetzel
Red-headed Barbet
Flame-colored Tanager
Clay-colored Thrush
Green Violetear
Buff-fronted Foliage-Gleaner
Brown-violet ear
Green Violetear
Slaty Flower piercer
Blue Gray Tanager
Woodcreeper
Flame-colored Tanager
Silver-Throated Tanager
Scintillant Hummingbird
Violet-headed hummingbird
Green violet-headed hummingbird
Coppery-headed Emerald
Magnificent Hummingbird
Tanager
Slaty Flower piercer
Flamed-colored tanager
Green violetear
Brown violetear
Flamed-colored tanager
Green-breasted mango