This Pale-billed Woodpecker was one we saw (and heard) at Cahuita on a later trip to the one that Simon describes in the book Is No Problem, but his presence was such a feature of the atmosphere of Cahuita that we included the illustration anyway.
“...It was becoming quite hot. Franklyn [the guide] came with us along a forest trail, which ran beneath coconut palms close to the sea. He was a mine of information and knew many of the birds. Hermit and Fiddler Crabs scuttled out of our way as we walked along the track. The Fiddler Crabs were enormous and their larger claw was bright blue, probably to be used in mating display. Frequently we saw them parading along the beach with eyes protruding from the top of their heads on stalks...there were several troupes of monkeys. They all turned out to be spider monkeys.”
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