Anne Marie McCaffrey's photos


  • Roseate Spoonbills

    Platalea ajaja. Photographed in Gunacaste, Costa Rica | January 2014.

  • Yellow Iris

    Photographed in West Hylebos Wetlands Park, Federal Way, Washington | May 2012.

  • Weevil

    Beetle of the Curculionoidea family. Photographed at Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica | November 2013.


  • Damselfly

    Photographed in Horquetas de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica | April 2014.

  • Tropical Kingbird

    Tyrannus melancholicus. Photographed at Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica | November 2013.

  • Peacock

    Pavo cristatus. Not native to Costa Rica, of course. Photographed in ZooAve Costa Rica | April 2012.


  • Ring-necked Duck

    Aythya collaris. Photographed in West Hylebos Wetland Park, Federal Way, Washington| May 2014.

  • Barred Owl

    Strix varia. Photographed in Wildwood Park, Puyallup,Washington | May 2014. More photos in notes.

  • Purple Star

    Pisaster ochraceus. Despite the name, these have a range of colors from purple to orange/brown. Photographed at Titlow Beach, Tacoma,Washington | May 2014.


  • Tree Swallow

    Tachycineta bicolor. Photographed in Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge,Washington | May 2014.

  • Pacific Tree Frog

    Pseudacris regilla . Photographed in Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge | May 2014.

  • Cutest. Thing. Ever.

    Small rabbit. Photographed in Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge | May 2014.


  • Marsh Wren

    Cistothorus palustris . Photographed at Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Washington | May 2014. Second photo in note.

  • Song Sparrow

    Melospiza melodia . Photographed Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Washington state | May 2014.

  • Chestnut-mandibled Toucan

    Also known as Swainson’s Toucan (Ramphastos ambiguus swainsonii )


  • Tortoise beetle

    Photographed in Heredia, Costa Rica | October 2013.

  • Northern Jacana

    Jacana spinosa. Photographed in Caribbean lowlands, Sarapiqui, Costa Rica | October 2013. More photos in notes. In one you can see the yellow spines that give it the name "spinosa".

  • Grey-necked Wood Rail

    Aramides cajanea Photographed Caribbean lowlands, Sarapiqui, Costa Rica | October 2013. More in notes.


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