In the town of Coba, we birded along the lake edge where we added BLACK-HEADED SALTATOR, LEAST BITTERN, and several LIMPKINS:
Another species of owl we saw was the common and widespread FERRUGINOUS PYGMY-OWL. These little dudes are active by day and readily respond to imitations. Cute, right?
We also visited the ruins at Uxmal (pronounced Oosh-mall). They, too, had a pyramid:
Here's a look at some of the impressive stonework that has endured for hundreds upon hundreds of years:
Here's a panoramic view of the Uxmal ruins:
Mixed in were species like this GRAY CATBIRD... the same species that breeds commonly in much of the eastern US:
As always, you can find more details about this tour (including in the 2018 dates) on our website here. Ciao!