What may well be considered a continuation of yesterday and equally successful at that as the first to be added to the log was the Islands own
'endemic' JAMAICAN CROW
the jury is still out!
RED-TAILED HAWKs started to fill the sky, with the good conditions suiting both BLACK and TURKEY VULTURE. Others on parde, but avoiding the lens, included STOLID FLYCATCHER*, WHITE-EYED THRUSH* (E), JAMAICAN VIREO* (E), CARIBBEAN DOVE*, OLIVE-THROATED PARAKEET* and the 'miss' of all time ARROW-HEADED WARBLER* (E) in fact 2 males and 3 females - BOLLARDS!
along with some better shots of WHITE-CHINNED THRUSH (seen for the first time yesterday),
what is considered to be a nice series of
and a couple of BANANAQUIT enjoying some of the fruit provided.