I've never heard of a Trogon. Very, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy~esque name :)
Wayne, good to see you here. I never thought about it like that, but you're right.Must find a towel.
Oh, they're pretty, in spite of their strange name!
They really are, Bag Lady. It was a treat to see them.
Very nice to see pretty birds and green leaves on this chilly Friday morning. Interesting name too.
Like the angle at which you caught them both.
"A pair of Trogons in a tree" sounds like the first line of a poem to me. I haven't got a second line, though.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Reb, it does bring on memories of summer, doesn't it?Thank you, Messymimi.Mary Anne,you're right. I hope the rest of the poem comes to you soon.
Julia's folks were just in Cuba, and they are avid birders. I'll have to ask about the Trogon.
Never heard of them. Birds are always winter day-brighteners.
Well, I've always wanted to go to Cuba so this might get me going.
A good eye Leah!I bet they have a pretty sweet Birds Eye View from up there!
Chris, I hope they got to see one.Hilary, these are quite a sight.Red, go with an open mind and a sense of adventure.Dawn, thanks. I'm sure they do.
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