|Karen & Bob|
Bananaquits have been leading a youngster up to the banana feeders, demonstrating how to hang on and get a morsel.
The national bird of several countries must have a nest close by since they stuff their bills full and overflowing before flying up and out of sight above the roof.
The tiger-heron was lounging in the river a bit down the road.
Not every day, but frequently, we hear the calls of the Stripe-cheeked Woodpecker, a very desirable record up here where they can be seen somewhat regularly.
These hummers own the yard and several of the feeders. Now as other species are increasing, they are beginning to loose their tight grip.