Sunset at Palo Verde and the end of a fantastic days birding (c) Richard Brown
Waterbirds were everywhere. Black-bellied Whistling-ducks provided the bulk of the numbers but a huge variety of birds were feeding with them. Northern Jacanas (pictured below) were walking among the vegetation, occasionally flapping their yellow-green wings to escape the attentions of prowling American Crocodiles (and making plenty of noise to alert any other birds in the vicinity).
Black-bellied Whistling-ducks (with Black-necked Stilts and Blue-winged Teal) (c) Richard Brown