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Old Wednesday 24th January 2018, 17:44   #1
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Live Cornell Lab Panama webcam: Canopy Lodge

https://youtu.be/hHX9l2cvw-E

Clay-coloured Thrushes are taking over right now, but various Tanagers and Euphonias have showed up during the last minutes...

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Old Wednesday 24th January 2018, 18:03   #2
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Thanks, Rafael!

Oooooh, the envy! Can I get the camera to come and do my job for a while, and I'll just sit there and do its job?

Just now watching a euphonia coming in to feed next to the thrush, and that tanager with the yellow rump (can never remember what its name is...) What a great site for a "big sit"!
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Old Wednesday 24th January 2018, 18:06   #3
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It's an amazing show isn't it?
I think the yellow rumped tanager is a Flame-rumped Tanager and Crimson-backed Tanagers have been around too!
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Here's some of the species that have visited the feeder on previous days: http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channe...Fruit_Feeders/

They have included Rufous Motmots and Spot-crowned Barbets
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Been watching it last few days - very entertaining!
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Grey-headed Chachalacas there atm
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Old Wednesday 24th January 2018, 18:44   #7
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Grey-headed Chachalacas there atm
Further species have included:
Red-crowned Woodpecker (1)
Blue-grey Tanager
Yellow-throated Euphonia
at least 2 darting-by hummers, impossible to ID (several heard as well)

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What woodpecker is this? Don't know much about birds of Central America Golden-Fronted Woodpecker female?

EDIT: Ok, looks like range doesn't fit. I guess it should be Red-Crowned Woodpecker female than!
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What woodpecker is this? Don't know much about birds of Central America Golden-Fronted Woodpecker female?

EDIT: Ok, looks like range doesn't fit. I guess it should be Red-Crowned Woodpecker female than!
Yes, female Red-crowned, and that's what I meant when wrote above Golden-naped! :) Lapsus calami! I'll edit the post.
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Very envious, can't believe it's almost a year since we were in Costa Rica


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Very envious, can't believe it's almost a year since we were in Costa Rica


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I'm dreaming about a 2 months trip next year through Costa Rica and Panama (on a shoe string!), but still not sure I'll be able to do it (time and family constraints mainly...). I'm still going to plan it in detail though, it's just lots of fun! :)
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I'm dreaming about a 2 months trip next year through Costa Rica and Panama (on a shoe string!), but still not sure I'll be able to do it (time and family constraints mainly...). I'm still going to plan it in detail though, it's just lots of fun! :)
Happy to mail you my report from CR if you pm an e-mail?

We didn't do it particularly cheaply but we didn't throw money around either, it is a pricey country.



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Happy to mail you my report from CR if you pm an e-mail?

We didn't do it particularly cheaply but we didn't throw money around either, it is a pricey country.



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Plenty of my wifes pics on Surfbirds, just put my name in the gallery search.



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Very interesting set of birds.
I think Lemon-rumped Tanager has not been mentioned before here.
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Well, that's my lunch hour over very quickly - totally addictive, and I've learned that the strange looking cross between a pheasant and a cuckoo is a Chachalacha! (thanks to the handy Cornell Lab ID guide on the same Youtube page)
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Palm Tanager is a new Addition.
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I spent ages looking at the clay colored thrushes, as today they all appeared to have a reddish hue to the chest, and I eventually pulled my Caribbean guides to check, as I knew them as buff breasted.
Great camera though
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Palm Tanager is a new Addition.
Species to add from yesterday include:
- Dusky-faced Tanager
- Buff-throated Saltator
(also saw Palm Tanager yesterday, and they were present today as well)

and a Parulid warbler was present for a short while, unfortunately at a time I could't pay attention to it... Unexpected species make it even more interesting :)
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Thanks for the ID on the Dusky-faced Tanager. Saw it as well but couldnt find it yet.

So Summarizing this forum has seen and IDed (live):

Grey-headed Chachalacas
Red-Crowned Woodpecker
Rufous Motmot
Clay-coloured Thrushes
Buff-throated Saltator
Palm Tanager
Crimson-backed Tanager
Lemon-rumped Tanager
Blue-grey Tanager
Dusky-faced Tanager
Thick-billed Euphonia

Green Honeycreeper
Chestnut-headed oropendola
Collared Aracari

Will keep it updated.
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Thanks for the ID on the Dusky-faced Tanager. Saw it as well but couldnt find it yet.

So Summarizing this forum has seen and IDed (live):

Grey-headed Chachalacas
Red-Crowned Woodpecker
Rufous Motmot
Clay-coloured Thrushes
Buff-throated Saltator
Palm Tanager
Crimson-backed Tanager
Lemon-rumped Tanager
Blue-grey Tanager
Dusky-faced Tanager
Yellow-throated Euphonia

Hope I didnt miss anything.
I haven't seen the motmot personally, mentioned it as a species that had occurred before I posted the link. According to the Cornell website, the Euphonias are most likely Thick-billed. 10 species at a webcam in 24 hours, not too bad!
At night there were a few hawkmoths feeding on the flowers on the background; there was a butterfly (with large white spots) darting by over the fruit today, just a while ago. And there's a squirrel showing up from time to time (any idea about the ID?).
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A Green Honeycreeper (male) showed up briefly just now on the background. Nice!
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Chestnut-headed Oropendola!
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Collared Araçari now.
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I haven't seen the motmot personally, mentioned it as a species that had occurred before I posted the link. According to the Cornell website, the Euphonias are most likely Thick-billed. 10 species at a webcam in 24 hours, not too bad!
At night there were a few hawkmoths feeding on the flowers on the background; there was a butterfly (with large white spots) darting by over the fruit today, just a while ago. And there's a squirrel showing up from time to time (any idea about the ID?).
I have seen the Motmot today. There was a Warbler for a brief moment tehre as well (maybe Tennessee)
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