Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Costa Rica Revisited

For the past two years, the Ohio Ornithological Society has taken trips to Costa Rica. We'll be doing it again next January/February, and please feel free to contact our Executive Secretary, Jen Sauter at if you are interested.

Anyway, on the last trip we had photog-extraordinaire Michael Packer along, and he set some sort of record for photos snapped. Thousands, I suspect. Some are doozies, and if you want to jet down to a very tropical place via cyberspace, go right here to see Michael's handiwork.

1 comment:

Ben Warner said...

Awesome photos Michael. Thanks for the link Jim, very enjoyable. The first picture labeled butterfly 1 (the green one) is a Malachite (Siproeta stelenes) incase Michael was wondering. Quite the stunner, they sometimes even stray into southernmost parts of the U.S. I guess, though I've only ever seen them in Belize.