Male Orchard Oriole
Male Yellow Warbler in the garden
While eating breakfast, 2 Crested Caracara and Yellow-headed Caracara were in the fields just across the track from the hostel
A few of the other birds seen included Male Yellow-crowned Euphonia, Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Grey-crowned Yellowthroat, Ochard Oriole, Yellow-bellied and Blue Seedeater, Blue-black Grassquit, Black-striped Sparrow and Bananaquit
Sunday night American football AFC championship match between Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots Ravens bear the Pats handily outside at the hostel.
While watching the football Tree Frogs and Geckos are busy trying to keep the mossies down
The hostel from where I took a lot of my pics from
Part of Quepos Town
The great thing about staying in a hostel is that meet some very interesting people. Two guys there told me about a waterfall that you jump into. So in the early afternoon we all made the short drive to Jungle Creek. After a 30 minute walk following the creek through semi-jungle, we finally made it to the waterfall and here we had a cool time.
I spotted this Green Parrot Snake just off the path that we were on leading to the waterfall
Michael Davis Pratt (born March 10, 1957) known professionally as Jim White, is a Southern American singer-songwriter and guitarist. White's music can be loosely described as alternative country, but veers off in different, sometimes experimental directions with occasional nods to Tom Waits and the literary narratives of Flannery O'Connor, Cormac McCarthy, and Harry Crews. Searching for the Wrong-eyed Jesus is a 2004 BBC documentary, directed by Andrew Douglas, in which Jim White describes his idea of the rural South. The film features performances by like-minded musicians such as The Handsome Family, David Eugene Edwards of 16 Horsepower and Johnny Dowd.