Visited the island of Cozumel during my Holiday which is a fifty minute ferry crossing from Player-del Carmen and cost about 300 peso's (about £15 return), having only half a day and Cozumel being a fairly big island i decided to take a taxi to the nearest Golf course which was about 6km away or 10 dollars!
my gatecrashed venue
These seemed a good idea as along the entrance track alone picked up all the commoner wintering warblers plus the endemic Golden (yellow) Warbler along with blue-grey Gnatcatcher and the awesome Bananaquit, overhead Barn, Tree, Cliff and Northen rough-winged Swallows all fed, and came across no fewer than half a dozen Cozumel Emerald a single Green-Breasted Mango and a single Canivet's Emerald.
Golden (yellow) Warbler
Further along a stunning male Stripe-headed Tanager along with several Cozumel Vireo's, Black Catbird, Yucatan Woodpecker, Northen Waterthrush, Ovenbird and small parties of Yellow-faced grassquit.
The Golf course ponds held Northen Jacana, American Coot, Spotted Sandpiper, Common Snipe and lots of Black-Necked Stilts.
Most people didn't mind me walking around, and ground staff are quite polite if you wave and say hello (or Ola!) and the golfer's likewise.