sadly i just missed photographing this little bird. not sure if this species; it was perching then swooped down to take some small aquatic organism then off
Ejemplar adulto macho, dentro de un bosque de mangle rojo dentro de la ZN de la RB La Encrucijada.
Observado en Aguada Las Cajeras Zona Núcleo Sur de la Reserva de la Biosfera Calakmul
The American Pygmy Kingfisher (Chloroceryle aenea) is a resident breeding bird which occurs in the American tropics from southern Mexico south through Central America to western Ecuador, and then around the northern Andes cordillera in the east to central Bolivia and central Brazil. The species occupies the entire Amazon Basin and the Tocantins River drainage adjacent in Pará state Brazil. It also occurs on Trinidad.