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(138K) Just about my favorite sound in Costa Rica is the "song" of the Gray-necked Wood-Rail () .In this recording a flock of forages in the forest near the El Pizote lodge, near Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, 6/23/99.
(51K) A Short-billed Pigeons () call the typical "Who cooks for you?
" and "churrs" at El Pizote, near Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, 6/21/99.
This is probably the most common and widespread pigeon in Costa Rica.
See the entry above for help separating the Short-billed from the Pale-vented Pigeon.
GRUIFORMES (Rails, etc.) CHARADRIIFORMES (Gulls, Sanpipers, Jacanas) COLUMBIFORMES (Doves/Pigeons) PSITTACIFORMES (Parrots and Parakeets) CUCULIFORMES (Cuckoos) STRIGIFORMES (Owls) CAPRIMULGIFORMES (Nightjars) ) is the most ancient of birds in Costa Rica.
Its call is ancient-sounding, simple, quavering, primieval.
(106K) Red-billed Pigeons () are fairly common residents of the middle elevations, especially in the central part of the country.
Visually, they're difficult to tell from the Short-billed and Pale-vented Pigeons, but the song is distinct.
I found a little marshy area 10 miles north of Quepos that was absolutely full of Green Herons and Northern Jacanas.
(22K) Little Blue Herons () Not a great recording, but all I got - the herons are the gagging sounds.