Thursday, August 1, 2019

Nephila clavipes golden silk spider alley



Hello everybody, well today 31th of July was my day off and day out, this time with Ann. We decided to go to the peninsula Burica. I was out of my bed at 3.40am...was happy it was 3.40am(yes call me crazy), eat my breakfast. Hans was feeding the animals later that day so I had an easy morning...only drinking coffee and eating my breakfast. Then to Ann, she was driving this time...
Really enjoyed the 2 hour drive, beautiful mist on meadows..did remind me of Autumn in Holland...
Only a little bit more tropical trees:)
We did start with a nice gray necked Hawk , bathing in the sun.
Did like the ladders that they put over the roads for the Monkeys and Sloths crossing the roads
The Howler Monkeys are very happy on the peninsula, so much fruit!

We visited different areas and spots..the seabirds were slow...except the brown Pelicans...

We did walk a trail in the forest later that day, because it was fast very warm and birds are, like us, hiding in brushes. As you see ...there were a lot of silk Spiders on the trail, so much that we took a video to give you an impression .
It's a harmless Spider, but it is kind of spooky to get spiderwebs in your face, with such a big spider in it. The trail was pretty need, beautiful trees and brush and birds. The black bellied Wrens were singing a lot. Chestnut backed Antbirds and black hooded Ant shrikes were singing and pretty active.
We did see a nest, thought it was old, but there was an immature bird(and egg) in it... I wonder if it will survive, the nest was really a bad nest... we were after 4 hours hungry..did wait on a far distance 15 minutes..but  no parents yet..so we don't know what kind of  bird, have to do some research....
 It was a good day...totally different world (and birds) and so close to our farm in Boquete....thats one of the fun parts of living in Panama.
                                           
Down below the list of today,
greetings from Terry
from PTP to Limones school, av de las arenas, several stops, Chiriquí, PANAMA
Jul 31, 2019 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Protocol: Historical
Comments:     sun some clouds  several stops... beach, forest,meadow
58 species (+1 other taxa)

Crested Guan  1
Pale-vented Pigeon  2
Ruddy Ground-Dove  X
White-tipped Dove  3
Smooth-billed Ani  X
Common Pauraque  2
Stripe-throated Hermit  1
Spotted Sandpiper  2
Magnificent Frigatebird  1
Brown Pelican  X
Cattle Egret  2
Green Heron  2
White Ibis  3
Black Vulture  X
Turkey Vulture  1
Gray-lined Hawk  1
Lesson's Motmot  1
Ringed Kingfisher  2
Green Kingfisher  1
Yellow-throated Toucan  4
Red-crowned Woodpecker  2
Yellow-headed Caracara  X
Orange-chinned Parakeet  X
Yellow-crowned Parrot  X
Brown-throated Parakeet  X
Black-hooded Antshrike  6     approx
Chestnut-backed Antbird  1
Cocoa Woodcreeper  1
Streak-headed Woodcreeper  2
Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet  1     HO
Yellow-crowned Tyrannulet  1     HO
Ochre-bellied Flycatcher  1
Common Tody-Flycatcher  1
Great Kiskadee  X
Social Flycatcher  1
Streaked Flycatcher  1
Tropical Kingbird  X
Orange-collared Manakin  1
Scrub Greenlet  1
Gray-breasted Martin  X
Mangrove Swallow  1     ..prob. more  seen from car, more swallows in sky
swallow sp.  X
House Wren  X
Black-bellied Wren  3     approx, heard all over
Isthmian Wren  1     HO
Riverside Wren  1
Yellow-crowned Euphonia  2
Black-striped Sparrow  1
Great-tailed Grackle  X
Scarlet-rumped Tanager  2
Blue-gray Tanager  4
Palm Tanager  2
Golden-hooded Tanager  3
Red-legged Honeycreeper  3
Blue-black Grassquit  1
Variable Seedeater  2
Yellow-bellied Seedeater  X
Bananaquit  3
Buff-throated Saltator  2

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

birdwatching and work to do on our farm

Hello all, this week I am checking out our farm...to watch birds and to check what we have to do on the trails/forest . Well I do see some work again...very care full though...because we have still birds who are nesting.
Like this orange billed Nightingale Thrush in the palm tree next to our house:
Took my phone with me on my walks and with the GPS you can get a nice idea how I did walk.(see down below)
 Did not walk the farm (9 hectares)  totally... but these are the walks where our guest also walk and that has to be nice and walkable.
I have to walk 2 other trails and then I know for sure what my work is the coming next days.
The garden is now done...for now..probably with this nice weather ...sun and some rain..everything grows like crazy, so in 2 weeks time I can start over again. Don't mind that... like to work in the garden. 


The trails in the forest... only pruning a bit, some small branches are hanging over. Loads of Acorns on the trail by the way...
  I like the rainy season, everywhere you hear the water going....
And on one of my walks , 7th of July 2019, I did see a new bird for the farm...in the forest... first I did see the juvenile double toothed Kite and yes I did take a picture. Did see this bird before also the parents.
But more or less then 10 minutes later I did see the collared Forest Falcon, an immature!!
Did hear a week ago or so the song of a laughing Falcon...I thought... I remember that I said to Hans,  "he has a different song"...well now I know it was an adult collared Forest Falcon.
 I wonder did they have a nest in the pine trees or so?
Enough to eat for these birds... we have so much birds on the farm and so much immatures.
I will add the lists of my walks and I took the picture of my computer screen of the walk, to give an idea. 
I end my story with this Lesson's Motmot who was warming up in the sun this morning...
His new feathers are coming, he looks already beautiful!
greetings from Terry
The bird lists:
Tinamou Cottage Boquete, Chiriquí, PA
Jul 6, 2019 8:18 AM - 9:22 AM
Protocol: Traveling
0.51 kilometer(s)
Comments:     Garden,Stable, Pasture, sunny
40 species

Little Tinamou  2     Ho
Blue Ground-Dove  1     Ho song
Long-billed Starthroat  1
Violet Sabrewing  1
Rufous-tailed Hummingbird  6
Black Vulture  1
Red-crowned Woodpecker  2
Yellow-headed Caracara  1
Cocoa Woodcreeper  1
Streak-headed Woodcreeper  2
Yellow-bellied Elaenia  1
Lesser Elaenia  3
Mistletoe Tyrannulet  1
Yellow-olive Flycatcher  1
Panama Flycatcher  3
Boat-billed Flycatcher  2
Tropical Kingbird  1
Lance-tailed Manakin  2     Heard more
Rufous-browed Peppershrike  2
Yellow-green Vireo  3     + song
House Wren  1
Rufous-breasted Wren  1
Rufous-and-white Wren  1
Isthmian Wren  1
Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush  3
Clay-colored Thrush  2
Yellow-crowned Euphonia  3     Ho
Thick-billed Euphonia  1
Yellow-bellied Siskin  1
Black-striped Sparrow  2
Rufous-collared Sparrow  1
White-naped Brushfinch  2
Rufous-capped Warbler  2
Crimson-backed Tanager  1     so one in a while a visit in the garden
Blue-gray Tanager  2
Palm Tanager  2
Red-legged Honeycreeper  3
Variable Seedeater  1
Buff-throated Saltator  2
Streaked Saltator  1
Tinamou Cottage Boquete, Chiriquí, PA
Jul 7, 2019 8:50 AM - 10:55 AM
Protocol: Traveling
1.34 kilometer(s)
Comments:     in forest and pasture/garden, sun...
52 species

Little Tinamou  1     + more birds heard
Ruddy Ground-Dove  1     HO
Blue Ground-Dove  2     songs answering each other
Ruddy Quail-Dove  1     + song
White-tipped Dove  1
Squirrel Cuckoo  1     + calls
Long-billed Starthroat  1
Rufous-tailed Hummingbird  X
Black Vulture  9
Double-toothed Kite  1
Lesson's Motmot  1
Red-crowned Woodpecker  2
Collared Forest-Falcon  1     new bird on the farm
Streak-headed Woodcreeper  2
Lesser Elaenia  1
Mistletoe Tyrannulet  1
Yellow-olive Flycatcher  1
Dusky-capped Flycatcher  1
Panama Flycatcher  1
Boat-billed Flycatcher  1
Tropical Kingbird  1
Lance-tailed Manakin  4     heard more
Rufous-browed Peppershrike  1
Yellow-green Vireo  2     heard more
House Wren  1
Rufous-breasted Wren  2
Rufous-and-white Wren  2     heard more
Isthmian Wren  1
Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush  2
Clay-colored Thrush  4
Yellow-crowned Euphonia  X
Thick-billed Euphonia  3
Lesser Goldfinch  2
Yellow-bellied Siskin  1
Rosy Thrush-Tanager  2
Black-striped Sparrow  2
Orange-billed Sparrow  1
Rufous-capped Warbler  2
Buff-rumped Warbler  2
Flame-colored Tanager  1
White-winged Tanager  2
Red-crowned Ant-Tanager  3
Gray-headed Tanager  2
Bay-headed Tanager  5
Silver-throated Tanager  2
Scarlet-thighed Dacnis  1
Red-legged Honeycreeper  X
Variable Seedeater  1
Yellow-bellied Seedeater  1
Yellow-faced Grassquit  2
Buff-throated Saltator  2
Streaked Saltator  1
Tinamou Cottage Boquete, Chiriquí, PA
Jul 9, 2019 9:18 AM - 10:42 AM
Protocol: Traveling
1.36 kilometer(s)
Comments:     little bit sun , clouds came in.. lower part of farm
41 species

Little Tinamou  1     Ho
Squirrel Cuckoo  1
Rufous-tailed Hummingbird  3
Black Vulture  1
Turkey Vulture  1
Lesson's Motmot  1
Red-crowned Woodpecker  3
Streak-headed Woodcreeper  2
Lesser Elaenia  1
Pale-eyed Pygmy-Tyrant  1
Common Tody-Flycatcher  1
Yellow-olive Flycatcher  2
Panama Flycatcher  3
Boat-billed Flycatcher  4
Lance-tailed Manakin  2
Lesser Greenlet  2
Yellow-green Vireo  1
Gray-breasted Martin  4     2 imm 2 adult
Rufous-breasted Wren  2
Rufous-and-white Wren  3
Tropical Gnatcatcher  2
Clay-colored Thrush  4
Tropical Mockingbird  1
Yellow-crowned Euphonia  2
Thick-billed Euphonia  1
Lesser Goldfinch  2
Rosy Thrush-Tanager  3
Black-striped Sparrow  1
Rufous-capped Warbler  5     2imm 3 adult
Flame-colored Tanager  1
Red-crowned Ant-Tanager  3
Crimson-backed Tanager  2     common seen bird in this area of the farm
Blue-gray Tanager  3
Bay-headed Tanager  3
Scarlet-thighed Dacnis  1
Red-legged Honeycreeper  9     Stopped counting,
Variable Seedeater  1
Yellow-bellied Seedeater  1
Yellow-faced Grassquit  2
Buff-throated Saltator  1
Streaked Saltator  2

Thursday, July 4, 2019

confession of a birdwatcher



It was 31th of January 2018..I was together with a group almost on the top of Volcan Baru. I was checking out a timberline Wren, when the group was with the guide. The Wren was a new bird for me and so I was excited to see him very good.

The group was standing further away and as I did see, they were excited too and checking out brushes and small trees. I did see a lot of birds there, they were hectic and upset... did go the group and did watch all the birds... all kinds of Warblers/Trushes  and later a couple of Timberline Wrens too. I did whisper to my friend, "it looks like there is a bird of prey or some danger for them here" She looked at me and whispered.... "they did play the tape of an Owl"...

Yes I was naief, I know that people use tapes and recordings to attract birds..I did see that a few times from other birdwatchers, without any results and after that I did read about it and decided for myself  not to use this instrument and I am very clear with that to guests, when I am going out guiding.

At this moment I do read a book, almost finished, written by Arjan Dwarshuis, he did set a new world record by observing 6852 bird species in 2016. I did see the movie too and the book is just as good.
In his book he makes people also aware how much nature is disappearing.
He did see very rare birds, also with the help of guides and friends...and tapes, recording.

I am thinking a lot about this book and last week I was on my own birdwatching up in the mountains.
Did hear the scale crested Pygmy Tyrant. I have seen the bird before,  love this bird...it's tiny, cute and his calls and songs are lovely. They can hide very good too, but when you wait and have patience, they pop out of the brush, I did have that several times.

 BUT WHAT WAS I THINKING.... I had time  and patience ...I took my phone and thought...what can it hurt.. maybe he pops out and will stick his cute crest up.

I did play the song of a scale crested pygmy Tyrant. I did wait a bit ...very soon with a guilty feeling.. thinking...Terry why did you do this? I was talking to myself... is it the book?...yes a little bit, he did it too and in some areas like this area, where almost nobody comes..specially not for birdwatching.

Is it curiosity ..no and yes... because I did see the bird before, but maybe he puts his crest up because he will be upset and it is his territory...OH OH NOT GOOD TERRY.

Fortunately nothing happened..the bird was silent  and I did put my phone away.

However 3 minutes later I did hear a strange sound that I never did hear before..looked around and it was above me... an upset scale crested Pygmy Tyrant...with his crest down😏

Yes I took a picture and took a video, because of the sound. He was cleary upset and at least for 20 minutes he did follow me .I don't walk too much, but the steps that I did make ...he was there in my face with his weird sound.

OKE... you did make a point...I will never use tape anymore... little bird... so sorry for the disturbance!!
Greetings from Terry
By the way, down below the list of that morning...without any other tapes ....all in silence and slow pace.
private area, Chiriquí, PA
Jun 27, 2019 6:50 AM - 11:00 AM
Protocol: Traveling
1.0 kilometer(s)
Comments:     partly clouds
83 species

Ruddy Ground-Dove  2
White-tipped Dove  1
Gray-chested Dove  1
Squirrel Cuckoo  3
Green-crowned Brilliant  1
Scaly-breasted Hummingbird  2
Rufous-tailed Hummingbird  5
Cattle Egret  8
Black Vulture  X
White-tailed Kite  1
Roadside Hawk  2
Gartered Trogon  1     HO song
Olivaceous Piculet  6     very active.Territorial defense
Red-crowned Woodpecker  1
Smoky-brown Woodpecker  2
Lineated Woodpecker  1
Orange-chinned Parakeet  X
Blue-headed Parrot  6
Red-lored Parrot  6
Brown-throated Parakeet  X
Rufous-rumped Antwren  1     not happy with a Squirrel Cuckoo
Great Antshrike  1
Black-hooded Antshrike  1
Plain Antvireo  1
Dusky Antbird  1
Wedge-billed Woodcreeper  1
Spotted Woodcreeper  1     + song
Streak-headed Woodcreeper  2
Ruddy Foliage-gleaner  2     pair?
Slaty Spinetail  1
Yellow Tyrannulet  3
Lesser Elaenia  1
Slaty-capped Flycatcher  1
Mistletoe Tyrannulet  1
Scale-crested Pygmy-Tyrant  1
Slate-headed Tody-Flycatcher  2     heard more
Common Tody-Flycatcher  2
Eye-ringed Flatbill  1
Sulphur-rumped Flycatcher  1
Dusky-capped Flycatcher  1
Great Kiskadee  2
Boat-billed Flycatcher  2
Social Flycatcher  1
Piratic Flycatcher  1
Tropical Kingbird  2
Orange-collared Manakin  4     heard more
White-winged Becard  3
Lesser Greenlet  5
Blue-and-white Swallow  4
Scaly-breasted Wren  1     HO
House Wren  1
Rufous-breasted Wren  2
Isthmian Wren  1
White-breasted Wood-Wren  2
Tropical Gnatcatcher  2
Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush  1     HO
Clay-colored Thrush  2
Yellow-crowned Euphonia  1     HO song
Thick-billed Euphonia  2
Spot-crowned Euphonia  3
Lesser Goldfinch  2
Black-striped Sparrow  3
Costa Rican Brushfinch  2
Orange-billed Sparrow  2     HO
Yellow-billed Cacique  1
Crested Oropendola  7
Bronzed Cowbird  1
Rufous-capped Warbler  2
Red-crowned Ant-Tanager  1
Black-thighed Grosbeak  1
Blue-black Grosbeak  1     HO song
White-shouldered Tanager  1
White-lined Tanager  3     feeding young..family together
Scarlet-rumped Tanager  4
Blue-gray Tanager  4
Golden-hooded Tanager  X     lost count..everywhere
Bay-headed Tanager  X
Blue Dacnis  1
Green Honeycreeper  20     approx
Blue-black Grassquit  4
Variable Seedeater  3
Buff-throated Saltator  2
Streaked Saltator  1

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

vacation in the netherlands May 2019

Hello everybody, yes we were for 2 weeks in Holland. Visiting our family and friends and of course did watch birds.
We did have typical Dutch weather...partly clouds, wind ...the rain was not there for the 2 weeks.
Did stay in Schoonhoven, a small typical Dutch town for 2 weeks in a farm house along the dike. We did live before we left for Panama along the dike and we still love it.

Nearby Schoonhoven is a nice small village , the name is Ameide. We did go there a few times because there is a very nice nature reserve "Zouweboezem" where black Terns (zwarte Stern) are nesting. The last couple of years in the Netherlands,  I do see more and more black Terns. They get more protection and more habitats  are created for them. They are migrants from west Africa and come all the way to breed in the Netherlands and of course other European country's
Okay...it does not look very natural...but the black Tern is marked as threatened on the red list of breeding birds in Netherlands, so it's important that they get extra protection.
Also this year I did hear and see more Cetti's Warblers! Sorry no pictures. They are hard to take a picture of..their songs are very beautiful..I will add a taped song later this month. (10th of July 2019... does not work... you can listen to the tape on ebird.)
The amount of Cetti's Warblers are getting more and more because the winters are not so cold anymore in the Netherlands... also in Schoonhoven along the dike we heard and did see this Warbler... 

When you go to the Netherlands, try to visit https://www.zuidhollandslandschap.nl/gebieden/zouweboezem

We did visit also the Biesbosch national park but I must say... I did love as a birdwatcher more the Zouweboezem. 
Also there is a colony of purple Herons (purper Reiger), it was a long time ago that I did see this beautiful Heron... Also with these Herons it goes  much better! These are migrants and winters in west Afrika(south of the Sahara)
Here some impressions of this beautiful nature reserve:


                                                            sedge Warbler (riet Zanger):
                                                          European Goldfinch (Putter):

Next to all our visits to friends and family, we did visit and did do some bird watching all over the Netherlands... I think they have a problem with too much wild pigs in national park the hoge Veluwe, nearby Apeldoorn..everywhere the soil was a mess. Did see some nice birds though, but more in the open area, not in the forest . You can see , it was very dry (for June!)
And of course I try to see a new bird in the Netherlands...it is getting harder and harder...but I did see this European Honey Buzzard (Wespendief) 

We did go to the east of Netherlands (province of Overijssel), that was great, we did not have a lot of time ...but next time we hope to spend more time there. 
In the south of Holland in the garden of friends of us this nice Dunnock ( Heggemus)
First I thought that it was a Flycatcher, because his behaviour was like that.
I never did see that of a Dunnock:


This Song Thrush (Zanglijster) had a good catch for her baby's
Like in Panama, a lot of birds did have nests and immatures...like this white Stork:
This grey Heron was showing off :
And picture taken from the dike in the early morning..last morning in the Netherlands...
Egyptian Goose (Nijlgans), probably nearby nest, they can have nests in old tree holes...
also they use old nest of Herons,Storks and birds of prey and so.
Well this was a small impression..for all my list go to my E-bird. I add 2 lists of this vacation favorite 
birding place "Zouweboezem"...see down below..
It was a super vacation!
Greetings from Terry

Zouweboezem--Zouwendijk, Zuid-Holland, NL
May 21, 2019 6:15 PM - 6:35 PM
Protocol: Stationary
Comments:     Wind, cloudy
17 species

Gadwall  1
Great Crested Grebe  2
Common Cuckoo  1
Water Rail  1     Ho call
Eurasian Coot  2
Lesser Black-backed Gull  1
Black Tern  2
White Stork  1
Great Cormorant  2
Gray Heron  1
Purple Heron  4
Hen Harrier  1
Eurasian Kestrel  1
Barn Swallow  3
Common Chiffchaff  1     Ho
European Starling  3
Reed Bunting  1

Ameide--Zouweboezem, Zuid-Holland, NL
May 22, 2019 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Protocol: Traveling
1.0 kilometer(s)
Comments:     partly clouds
48 species

Mallard  2
Great Crested Grebe  2
Eurasian Collared-Dove  4
Common Cuckoo  1
Common Swift  X
Eurasian Coot  2
Eurasian Oystercatcher  1
Northern Lapwing  2
Black-tailed Godwit  2
Black Tern  26     1 on nest, no eggs yet..colony
Common Tern  1
White Stork  2
Great Cormorant  1
Great Bittern  3     HO (heard only)
Gray Heron  1
Purple Heron  1
Great Egret  1
Eurasian Marsh-Harrier  3
Great Spotted Woodpecker  1
Carrion Crow  3
Barn Swallow  X
Common House-Martin  X
Eurasian Blue Tit  2
Great Tit  3
Long-tailed Tit  3
Eurasian Nuthatch  1
Eurasian Wren  2     + immatures in nest
Cetti's Warbler  3
Willow Warbler  3
Common Chiffchaff  1
Icterine Warbler  2
Sedge Warbler  3
Marsh Warbler  2
Eurasian Reed Warbler  2
Savi's Warbler  1     HO
Lesser Whitethroat  2
European Robin  1
Common Nightingale  1
Bluethroat  4
European Starling  5
Dunnock  1
White Wagtail  1
Meadow Pipit  3
Common Chaffinch  2
European Greenfinch  3
European Goldfinch  2
Reed Bunting  1
House Sparrow  3

















Thursday, May 9, 2019

Global big day 2019

Hello Everybody, after the last post I was pretty busy with guests, birding trips and even we did have a full house, not bad for low season. Everybody did check out on the 4th of May in the early morning and so that was perfect for me, because then I could go and participate in the Global big day!
I was totally "on" , that is what Hans my husband always says...
"On" is that I am sharp and totally focused on the birds around me. I have that also when I have a lot of birding trips like last week. Then my husband cannot find the "off" button...even in the night  I can hear then the Owls and Nighthawks...sometimes kind of over the top...I know...
But it was handy for the 4th of May...after that day I did turn off my bird botton...👀for 1 day. And after that I am "normal" again.

Totally excited though, when I did see the results of the 4th of May. A lot of "Panama bird people"  did participate again ...Panama did end on the 8th place ..above USA and Costa Rica.
So important to show people  that Panama is really an important bird country and that we have to protect it!
In the meantime we have also a new president  in Panama (per 1th of July 2019), his name is Laurentino Cortizo and fingers crossed that he and the new government is care full with protection of nature in Panama.

And so this list was the result of my 4th of May bird day. I did start  the day in the mist on the continental divide but when I did drive a bit I did got some sun and it did become a good day.
Birding in the silence in the mist has something special though...this black thighed Grosbeak was singing in the mist...
And after a 2 minutes slow drive, the mist was gone and I did see this white crowned Parrot very clear:



Alphabetic TaxonomicLocationS/PDate
1Common PauraqueTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All
2Rufous NightjarTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All
3Black PhoebeFortuna--Fortuna ReservoirPA-CH04 May 2019View All
4Ruddy PigeonBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
5Smooth-billed AniBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
6Squirrel CuckooBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
7White-collared SwiftBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
8Vaux's SwiftBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
9Gray-rumped SwiftBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
10Green HermitBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
11Garden EmeraldBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
12Violet-headed HummingbirdBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
13Crowned WoodnymphBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
14Gray-cowled Wood-RailBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
15King VultureBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
16Black VultureBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
17Turkey VultureBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
18Swallow-tailed KiteBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
19Ornate Hawk-EagleBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
20Double-toothed KiteBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
21Barred HawkBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
22Mottled OwlBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
23Lattice-tailed TrogonBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
24Orange-bellied TrogonBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
25Rufous MotmotBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
26Yellow-throated ToucanBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
27Keel-billed ToucanBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
28Bat FalconBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
29White-crowned ParrotBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
30Sulphur-winged ParakeetBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
31Fasciated AntshrikeBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
32Dusky AntbirdBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
33Zeledon's AntbirdBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
34Silvery-fronted TapaculoBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
35Spotted WoodcreeperBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
36Lineated Foliage-gleanerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
37Buff-throated Foliage-gleanerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
38Spotted BarbtailBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
39Slaty-capped FlycatcherBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
40Mistletoe TyrannuletBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
41Scale-crested Pygmy-TyrantBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
42Common Tody-FlycatcherBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
43Eye-ringed FlatbillBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
44Yellow-margined FlycatcherBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
45Tufted FlycatcherBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
46Western Wood-PeweeBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
47Eastern Wood-PeweeBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
48Bright-rumped AttilaBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
49Dusky-capped FlycatcherBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
50Great KiskadeeBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
51Golden-bellied FlycatcherBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
52Piratic FlycatcherBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
53Tropical KingbirdBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
54Lesser GreenletBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
55Red-eyed VireoBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
56Azure-hooded JayBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
57Scaly-breasted WrenBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
58House WrenBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
59Band-backed WrenBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
60Stripe-breasted WrenBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
61White-breasted Wood-WrenBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
62Gray-breasted Wood-WrenBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
63Slaty-backed Nightingale-ThrushBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
64Black-headed Nightingale-ThrushBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
65Clay-colored ThrushBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
66Golden-browed ChlorophoniaBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
67Elegant EuphoniaBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
68Tawny-capped EuphoniaBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
69Yellow-throated ChlorospingusBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
70Common ChlorospingusBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
71Black-striped SparrowBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
72Chestnut-capped BrushfinchBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
73Montezuma OropendolaBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
74Olive-crowned YellowthroatBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
75Tropical ParulaBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
76Blackburnian WarblerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
77Chestnut-sided WarblerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
78Slate-throated RedstartBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
79Dusky-faced TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
80White-winged TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
81Black-faced GrosbeakBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
82Black-thighed GrosbeakBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
83Tawny-crested TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
84Scarlet-rumped TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
85Blue-and-gold TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
86Blue-gray TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
87Palm TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
88Speckled TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
89Golden-hooded TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
90Plain-colored TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
91Bay-headed TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
92Emerald TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
93Silver-throated TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
94Scarlet-thighed DacnisBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
95Green HoneycreeperBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
96Black-and-yellow TanagerBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
97Thick-billed Seed-FinchBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
98Variable SeedeaterBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
99BananaquitBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
100Yellow-faced GrassquitBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
101Buff-throated SaltatorBosque Protector Palo SecoPA-NB04 May 2019View All
102Long-billed StarthroatFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
103Red-crowned WoodpeckerFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
104Yellow-headed CaracaraFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
105Ruddy WoodcreeperFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
106Social FlycatcherFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
107Ochraceous WrenFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
108Rufous-and-white WrenFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
109Orange-billed Nightingale-ThrushFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
110Ruddy-capped Nightingale-ThrushFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
111White-throated ThrushFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
112Rufous-capped WarblerFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
113Hepatic TanagerFortuna forest reservePA-CH04 May 2019View All
114Crested CaracaracalderaPA-CH04 May 2019View All
115American KestrelcalderaPA-CH04 May 2019View All
116Fork-tailed FlycatchercalderaPA-CH04 May 2019View All
117Eastern MeadowlarkcalderaPA-CH04 May 2019View All
118White-winged Dovealto BoquetePA-CH04 May 2019View All
119Little TinamouTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All
120Gray-headed ChachalacaTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All
121Spotted Wood-QuailTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All
122Cocoa WoodcreeperTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All
123Streak-headed WoodcreeperTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All
124Rosy Thrush-TanagerTinamou CottagePA-CH04 May 2019View All

Here is a link to 4th of May world results  https://ebird.org/globalbigday
Some "not birds"....
I need still to find the name of this beautiful Lizard:

                                And most of the time ..there is the two-toed Sloth is present
Until next time,
greetings from Terry
http://coffeeadventures.net/tinamou.html