20/09 – Hi light of this morning walk around the lagoon was a Limpkin which was flushed by horses charging through the swampy SE corner. This was the third record for the reserve! A few Grey breasted Martin and a Brown chested Martin made up the hirundine movements. A Cattle Egret joined the Snowy and Great White Egret on the lagoon. A Tropical Kingbird was also present on the lagoon.
The afternoon was more productive at the Lagoon with a Plumbeous Kite, Black-collared Hawk and the return of the Limpkin allowing me to get some pictures of this bird.
A walk through the Atlantic Forest with Catherine (Can) late afternoon had me guessing at a chatty call between two small flycatchers and set the camera too work. The result was Yellow Tyrannulet which is a new bird for my Laguna Blanca reserve list. Thanks Paul!
Another good day at LB and there is plenty of migration days left! Woo hoo!