If it were not for a lovely family who literally came over and invited me into their home and afforded me Internet access, there would have been no Blog today! Bless Em!We didn't have to travel very far for the wildlife today, as just at the end of the jetty there was a tidy little park holding
a few 'captive' (but 'free-range') CHILEAN FLAMINGO
Only a short walk from there we arrived at a pristine stand of woodland, complete with feeding stations and a whole host of birds
the first of which is still causing consternation. Having been through the Tanagers, it is not known where to look next??
and CHESTNUT-FRONTED MACAW* two welcome additions to the Trip List although not 'Lifers'. Deciding to make a re-visit to the wood later in the day, we took a taxi to the nearby
which along with a wonderful selection of plants also held plenty of birds.
ORANGE-CHINNED PARAKEET were soon located simply by following the squawking,
and thought this an amusing run of photos, a RED SQUIRREL disturbing a MONKEY Sp.
and a few acrobatics from one of several BLUE-and-YELLOW MACAW*
thought to be