Videos of Guatemalan birds

Use the following links to view videos of selected birds in Guatemala.

Thicket Tinamou singing devotedly
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Calling Fulvous Owl Horned Guan Orange-breasted Falcon feeding on a Fruit-eating Bat
Babies of Guatemalan Pygmy-Owl in the nest entrance Chasing Maroon-chested Groud-Doves Plain Chachalaca having a little accident White-breasted Hawk Bare-throated Tiger-Heron White Hawk Bat Falcon Yellow-naped Parrot feeding on Erythrina poeppigiana fruit Red-lored Parrot Amazona autumnalis feeding on fruit of Tabernaemontana donnell-smithii Preening White-crowned Parrot Pair of Ferruginous Pygmy-Owls Calling Mottled Owl Great Horned Owl with juvenile Calling Common Pauraque Preening Lesser Roadrunner A preety cool Band-tailed Pigeon in the rain storm Guatemalan Flicker feeding on waxmyrtle (Morella cerifera) berries Golden-fronted Woodpecker digging nest hole Dust-bathing Lineated Woodpecker Blue-throated Motmo wet from the rain Tody Motmot in the rainforest Pink flash of a Wine-throated Hummingbird A Slender Sheartail doing the scissor Garnet-throated Hummingbird displaying its gem colors Flash signals by a male Rivoli's Hummingbird A Mexican Violetear happily singing Azure-crowned Hummingbird (Saucerottia cyanocephala) displaying its azure-colored crown That looks painful: a female Long-billed Starthroat (Heliomaster longirostris) feeding chicks, inserting her entire bill into the juvenile's throat. Blue-throated Goldentail Wing display of Ochre-bellied Flycatcher Songster in Central American rainforests: Northern Schiffornis Songster in the cloud forest: Slate-colored Solitaire Preening Northern Waterthrush Black-capped Swallow Allopreening Green Jays Pink-headed Warbler Eastern Meadowlark Black-capped Siskins feeding on alder Male Cinnamon-bellied Flowerpiercer Azure-rumped Tanager

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