Photo of the Week: Nesting Pair

03-25-2013 // NWF Staff

Nesting pair of tody-flychatchers

The common tody-flycatcher’s breeding range extends from southern Mexico into South America to southern Brazil. These tiny birds make rapid movements, and are usually seen in pairs as both male and female birds build a pouch nest suspended from a thin branch or vine. While visiting the Wilson Botanical Gardens in Costa Rica, professional photographer ,” she says. The Texas resident used a Canon EOS-1D Mark IV camera with a 500mm lens. .

See last week's photo: Dall Pennants

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