Last week nature guides and guests have seen a Female Resplendent Quetzal feeding at the fruiting fig tree in front of the Smithsonian Rooms the Arenal Observatory Lodge, in Arenal Volcano Area. This is the first sighting of this beautiful could forest bird at the grounds of the lodge! Problably due to the unsusual cold conditions last days some mountain species are having altitudinal migrations to lower elevations looking for food and warmer temperatures- Leo Chaves, naturalist guide. (Photo by Marco Fallas.)

 

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