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Wrenthrush (Zeledonia coronata) Not a wren; not a thrush, but a super fun (but elusive) high elevation bird of Costa Rica. Costa Rica,Geotagged,Wrenthrush,Zeledonia coronata Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Wrenthrush (Zeledonia coronata)

Not a wren; not a thrush, but a super fun (but elusive) high elevation bird of Costa Rica.

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  1. First in this family, and what a fantastic species! Posted 10 days ago
    1. Thanks! These are amazing birds and I was very lucky with this one. Posted 10 days ago
  2. Nice photo!! Posted 8 days ago
    1. Thanks! Posted 8 days ago
  3. Love it Mike!! Brilliant. Posted 7 days ago
    1. Thanks! They're such fantastic birds. I get to spend some more time with them in a few weeks. Posted 7 days ago
      1. You on tour?? (;¬} Posted 7 days ago
        1. I'm heading to Costa Rica tonight! Posted 6 days ago
          1. Lovely place!! Enjoy!
            Posted 6 days ago

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The wrenthrush or zeledonia is a unique species of nine-primaried oscine bird which is endemic to Costa Rica and Panama.

Similar species: Passerines
Species identified by Mike Melton
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By Mike Melton

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Uploaded Jan 24, 2023. Captured in J4VX+39 San José Province, Copey District, Costa Rica.