The White-throated Thrush has been feeding lately in a large fruiting Banyan (Ficus religiosa). Several Clay-colored Thrushes were also taking advantage of the small figs.
It's not every day one can see three Turdus species in the same location. Here's an American Robin.
Identification of soaring hawks has become more complicated this winter by the presence of Broad-winged Hawks across the Valley. This one has been hanging out at Estero.
This Northern Beardless-Tyrannulet has been a lifer for many visitors to the park.
A Black Thrush in the RGV would be really neat. Let's hope there is one and that someone can photograph it. Namely me!