Always an attractive woodpecker to observe.
The second goatsucker species seen at the venue.
This cryptic goatsucker gave unparalleled views at Magee Marsh on the 16th. Indistinctly plumed and perched in the shade with streaks of sunlight, this legendary nocturnal nightjar was a challenging subject that defied attempts at satisfactory exposure.
A velvety flame of red and black -- this South American cardinal sets the trees ablaze.
Creepers, Woodcock, and Everything Else
This icterid is justifiably despised for its despicable habit of brood-parasitizing other (generally more desirable) species' nests.