Monthly Archives: March 2015

Baja birders say goodbye to Oaxaca

Oaxaca Mexico is a land of high mountains, ocean front and valleys.  A wide range of habitats.  We found this river and decided to stop and take a look. I’m so glad we did because it was there that I … Continue reading


Website problems

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Oaxaca 3-Birds We See, Flycatchers and more.

Flycatchers are a group of birds that, usually, can be seen all day long.  Unlike many birds that feed on seeds and flower nectars, flycatchers are often most active after the day warms up a bit.  That’s when many insects … Continue reading

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Oaxaca 2. Our guide, Benito, knew these Baja birders were serious

about seeing our goal of at least 50 new birds.  However, he was always keen to point out interesting sights.  We passed this World Heritage Petroglyph situated off one of the main roads in Oaxaca.  (Just above the “” copyright … Continue reading

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Baja birders in Oaxaca, 1.

At the beginning of this year, a member of one of the birding forums I belong to encouraged  other members to make a list.  A list of 5 birds to become a goal for any one member to photograph in 2015. … Continue reading