This olingo has figured out how to climb down a wire and reach down for a drink from a hummingbird feeder. Olingos like to eat fruit and drink nectar, so the sugary water in a hummingbird feeder is a treat for the olingo.
The largest of the four species of olingos is the northern olingo. Their range is from Nicaragua to Panama, with Costa Rica in the middle. They are typically 15 to 19 inches (37 - 47 cm), plus a tail that is about the length of their body.
This week we are showing photos of an old cemetery and ruins of an old Friary on the Hill of Slane, Ireland, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.