Matthew Sileo Photography | Birds, Wildlife, Ecology, Conservation | Matthew Sileo Photography
  Jackson Hole
  Kestrels in the District, Part II
  The Maintenance Yard: Migration in Rock Creek Park
  Enraptured with Raptors
  Wonderful Wood-warblers
  Bombay Hook NWR
  Belize: Bioluminescence
  Belize: Possum Point Biological Station
  Bioluminescent Lagoon
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  Landscapes & Landforms
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  Photo Essay: American Kestrels & the surprising avian diversity of Washington, D.C.
  Matthew's Picks: Favorite Birds
  Spring & Summer in Northern Virginia
  The King and the Red-Tail
  District of Columbia
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  Everglades National Park
  California
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  Tropics
 
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The Yucatán spider monkey (Ateles geoffroyi yucatanensis) is a subspecies of the Geoffroy's Spider Monkey and is one of the two primates native to Belize. Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
Green Sea Turtle (3) (Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
Henslow's Sparrow, Male (1) Conservation Status: Endangered, multiple State- listed. I personally discovered the only documented returning breeding colony of Henslow's Sparrows in New Jersey (2006, 2008)
 
Baird's Tapir (1) (Sittee River, Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
Green Sea Turtle (2) (Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
Yucatán black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra), the second of the two primate species of Belize. Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
San Clemente Loggerhead Shrike, Male. Conservation Status: Endangered, Federal Register, August 11, 1977
 
Grasshopper Sparrow, Male (1) Conservation Status: Threatened, multiple State-listed
 
Bobolink, Male (1) Conservation Status: Threatened, multiple State-listed
 
American Kestrel, Male, eating an insect. Conservation Status: Threatened, multiple state-listed
 
Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow, Male (1), on sawgrass Conservation Status: Endangered, Federal Register, March 11, 1967
 
Henslow's Sparrow, Male (2) Conservation Status: Endangered, multiple State- listed. I personally discovered the only documented returning breeding colony of Henslow's Sparrows in New Jersey (2006, 2008)
 
Bobolink, Male (2) Conservation Status: Threatened, multiple State-listed
 
Northern Harrier. Conservation Status: Threatened or endangered, multiple State-listed
 
Baird's Tapir (2) (Sittee River, Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
Grasshopper Sparrow, Male (2) Conservation Status: Threatened, multiple State-listed
 
Green Sea Turtle (1) (Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
Grasshopper Sparrow, Male (3) Conservation Status: Threatened, multiple State-listed
 
Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow, Male (3), on sawgrass with food for young. Conservation Status: Endangered, Federal Register, March 11, 1967
 
Green Sea Turtle (4) (Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
American Crocodile (Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Vulnerable
 
Baird's Tapir (3) (Sittee River, Belize) Conservation Status: IUCN Red List, Endangered
 
Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow, Male (4), on sawgrass with food for young. Conservation Status: Endangered, Federal Register, March 11, 1967
 
Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow (5), Male, on sawgrass with food for young. Conservation Status: Endangered, Federal Register, March 11, 1967
 
Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow, Male (6), on sawgrass. Conservation Status: Endangered, Federal Register, March 11, 1967