These are some of the birds you may see in the Rio Dulce area. Sorry, you won't see a quetzal though. The below pictures are links to drawings by Georgina García Herrera from her coloring book. Also, if you would like a closer look at the bird click on the name of that bird. If want to learn more about these birds and many more, click here to go to the "Did You See That?" websites page on birds.
Click on any picture below to get a full page ready for printing and coloring! To see a close up of the bird, click on the name.
Want to watch butterflies?
If you are away from town, on land and have some trees to put a plate under, here's an easy project for you;
All you need is a plate or pie tin, some papaya peels, banana peels, or other fruit leftovers and a little water. What you do is put the peelings in a plate and put a little water in the bottom of the plate to keep the ants out. Then walk away but keep an eye on it during the day. Blue Morphos LOVE papaya! You may attract some birds too but you have to be patient and very still if you are in sight of the dish.