Gartered (Violaceous) Trogon
Another day we drove to the spectacular Mayan ruins at Caracol up by the border and spent the day wandering around the extensive complex of large temple mounds, some of which have been fully excavated while others hint at their existence only by the many unexcavated small hills and ridges in the area. On the drive in, we spotted a couple of good hawks and got a great look at a Gartered (Violaceous) Trogon by the side of the road.
Photograph by Joe Schelling
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