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Old Sunday 4th February 2018, 13:18   #76
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A Chestnut-headed Oropendola is on the feeder right now! (Or was, it just left again.)
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Old Sunday 4th February 2018, 13:23   #77
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I wonder how many species can be heard in the camera that are not visiting the feeder? Has anyone heard any bird calls during the night?
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Old Monday 5th February 2018, 14:05   #78
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I wonder how many species can be heard in the camera that are not visiting the feeder? Has anyone heard any bird calls during the night?
I haven't, but then I haven't listened very long after dark. I think it's a good idea, though.

But this reminds me - I heard a bird singing, quite loudly and distinctly, right after 1200 hrs yesterday. I meant to post about it, just in case someone could roll back the video and ID it; too late now, unfortunately. However, whatever it was, I don't think it was anything that was actually at the table - it had a distinctly finch-like or "emberizid" quality to it, about halfway between an American Goldfinch and a Song Sparrow.

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Old Tuesday 6th February 2018, 22:35   #79
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I haven't visited the feeder cam for a while. Has anyone seen any new species?
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Old Tuesday 6th February 2018, 23:05   #80
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I've been dipping in to watch the camera every now and then and have had 10 species so far. In descending order of visits to the feeders whilst I've been viewing:

Clay-coloured Thrush
Flame/lemon-rumped Tanager
Grey-headed Chachalaca
Red-crowned Woodpecker
Crimson-backed Tanager
Buff-throated Saltator
Dusky-faced Tanager
Thick-billed Euphonia
Collared Aracari
Gray-cowled Wood Rail

+ Tennessee Warbler and Blue-gray Tanager today
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Old Wednesday 7th February 2018, 19:00   #81
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I noticed that about 300 people were watching it just now. Quite impressive. I enjoy the Ontario one from time t time as well. Does anyone have any other recommended live bird web cams - the links in that section of Birdforum seem to be mostly rather old.
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Old Thursday 8th February 2018, 19:54   #82
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buff-throated saltator just now
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Old Friday 9th February 2018, 10:04   #83
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Had rufous motmot a couple of days ago, but I get a bit fed up with the endless thrushes/squirrels.
The Ontario one get's some high quality - pine and evening grosbeaks regular. Sapsucker woods has good variety but none of it very exciting.

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Old Friday 9th February 2018, 21:07   #84
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Nice one from Ontario
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Old Friday 9th February 2018, 21:18   #85
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Old Friday 9th February 2018, 22:26   #86
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Gray jay?
Yes.

I really do enjoy the grosbeaks and Gray Jays on the Ontario feeder.
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Old Saturday 10th February 2018, 19:26   #87
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Someone spotted one I've never heard of (in Panama):
Cheryl Ann Kingston @Saidhbhin74

@PanamaFeederCam 16:51, 2/09 Another first for me at Canopy Lodge in Panama! A Cocoa Woodcreeper! I've seen so many amazing birds, squirrels, butterflies and other critters on the Panama Fruit Feeders Camera! https://youtu.be/PkQinwTlWq8
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Someone spotted one I've never heard of (in Panama):
Cheryl Ann Kingston @Saidhbhin74

@PanamaFeederCam 16:51, 2/09 Another first for me at Canopy Lodge in Panama! A Cocoa Woodcreeper! I've seen so many amazing birds, squirrels, butterflies and other critters on the Panama Fruit Feeders Camera! https://youtu.be/PkQinwTlWq8
Very nice addition!
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Old Saturday 10th February 2018, 22:08   #89
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The twitter feeds shows a Black-chested jay visiting which I don't think anyone here has mentioned.
Just had a couple (or two visits by the same one).
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Just had a couple (or two visits by the same one).
Nice bird! Looks to be rare visitor to the feeder
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Big butterfly!
And now joined by a second one (with very exaggerated-shaped wings).
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Big butterfly!
And now joined by a second one (with very exaggerated-shaped wings).
The larger one is one of the Owl butterflies (Caligo sp.).
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Just had a couple (or two visits by the same one).
Saw these too at the weekend - great looking birds, and thanks for confirming ID, as they are not in the 'common birds of the Panama fruit feeder' guide which Cornell Lab have also put on YouTube.
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not sure what these are:
sorry if they've come up before.
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sorry if they've come up before.
Indeed they have :)
They are Dusky-faced Tanager and Chestnut-headed Oropendola, respectively.
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Indeed they have :)
They are Dusky-faced Tanager and Chestnut-headed Oropendola, respectively.
Thanks, Rafael. I don't have a Panama field guide so that's my excuse!
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There was for me unfamiliar bird some 30 minutes ago - the same Red-Crowned Ant Tanager that has already been seen or something else?

EDIT: A bit later there was a bird what certainly looks like a female Red-Crowned Ant Tanager (2nd picture)
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There was for me unfamiliar bird some 30 minutes ago - the same Red-Crowned Ant Tanager that has already been seen or something else?

EDIT: A bit later there was a bird what certainly looks like a female Red-Crowned Ant Tanager (2nd picture)
Agree with your IDs, very nice.

Also, at 18:22:35 (Panama/webcam time) there was apparently a Rufous-tailed Hummingbird feeding on the purple flowers on the background (you can still scroll back and see it for about 3.5 hours more from now).
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Just had a motmot and a wood-rail within 30 second of each other!

And now a human putting out more fruit.
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