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Daniel pulled together a great collection of some of the birds you may see onsite at Tranquilo Bay. Red-legged Honeycreeper, Blue Dacnis, Red-lored Amazon, and two Crowned Woodnymphs in all their glory. Makes me want to pick up a pair of binoculars and go outside. Come see for yourself as soon as you can!
After returning from vacation earlier this fall, Ramon was presented with an opportunity to watch this Double-toothed Kite right outside his apartment door. One must take advantage of these opportunities so he set up his camera in order for all of us to have a chance to take a look at this outstanding bird. Thanks Ramon!
Today, we have a video of some very hungry caterpillars. Metamorphosis takes a lot of work. The life cycle of butterflies and moths can be a very short process. During their caterpillar stage they really have an insatiable appetite, in this video, we see proof of it.
This Monday, we have a birding video for you. We get a quick glimpse of the number of birds one might see at Bird Island and then a few longer clips of Magnificent Frigatebirds and Royal Terns. We hope you enjoy it.
It’s Monday, so its time for a video. Panama Eco Adventure Episode 8 highlights the bat cave near Bahia, Honda on Isla Bastimentos. This cave is an amazing formation in itself and then you add several bat species, an awesome kayak (not shown in this video) and a short hike through an indigenous owned farm and it makes for a very unique excursion. Enjoy.
Daniel Dickinson prepared an episode of Panama Wildlife for us focusing this week on butterflies and moths. All of these spectacular winged creatures are found on site at Tranquilo Bay. Many of our guests enjoy combing the grounds for the multitude of species that may be found here. Take a look.
This week’s video is an episode of Birding Panama. The hummingbirds are fun to watch directly from the balcony at the main building among many other locations. The Rufous-tailed Hummingbirds have claimed these feeders as their territory and fight pretty hard for it.
As we get back to our regular posting schedule following a bit of a break over the summer, I want to share another one of Daniel Dickinson’s wildlife compilations. The footage was shot by Ramon, Natalia and Jim over time. We hope this sloth gets your week off to a good start. Enjoy!