The BioFiles - Bill Hubick

Records from 4/5/2009

Bananaquits are by far the most abundant bird species during our visit to Puerto Rico. Their incessant calls are almost never out of earshot and they are found anywhere with trees or flowers. Pairs were even nesting on patios in Old San Juan that happened to have a potted plant or two. Bananaquit near El Yunque, Puerto Rico (4/5/2009).   View page

A Puerto Rican Tanager at El Yunque, Puerto Rico (4/5/2009).   View page

A Puerto Rican Tanager at El Yunque, Puerto Rico (4/5/2009).   View page

A Puerto Rican Crested Anole near El Yunque, Puerto Rico (4/5/2009).   View page

Another striking, endemic lizard species, the Upland Grass Anole (Anolis krugi) near El Yunque, Puerto Rico (4/5/2009).   View page

One of my favorite lizards of the trip, the Emerald Anole (Anolis evermanni), a Puerto Rican endemic, on the south side of El Yunque (4/5/2009).   View page

A Scaly-naped Pigeon near El Yunque, Puerto Rico (4/5/2009).   View page

Although widespread, Scaly-naped Pigeons are especially common in the mountains of Puerto Rico.   View page


  • Add to List