Amazing Birds of Chacahua
The lagoons in Chacahua host many amazing species of birds. The lagoons are a perfect stop for migratory birds. Just like many of the tourists in Chacanua, the birds come, find paradise, and don't want to leave. For that reason, you can find many species of birds basking in the sun and eating to their hearts' content for long periods of time. Here are just a few of them.
The Osprey is an aggresive bird that feeds on fish by using it's talons to nab them from the water.
Two young Magnificent Frigatebirds rest atop the mangrove.
A Black Hawk sits perched on a dead tree branch.
Boat-billed Herons are a rare sighting. They are an uncommon tropical bird and I've only spotted them in one remote location in the park.
A Great Egreat and a Little Blue Heron.
A female adult Anhinga sits high above the water.
To see more photos and different types of birds visit the Photo Galleries link.