This morning while sipping a coffee on the balcony, songs of two male three wattled Bell birds were echoing on the farm. They are already ready to go back to the Caribbean slope?. as a matter of fact, I did read a report on E bird that some were already spotted on a island in Bocas del Toro a week ago.
That is pretty early.. this year I think the fruit on the trees were ripe early (different weather) and so they migrate down earlier then normal to get some more fruit. Hope they will have enough food and that they did raised some new Bell birds....
This year in some areas they were for a very short time or even did not show up there.
The only place were they were spotted in the normal time, was on the sendero los Quetzales (Volcan Baru national Park, Boquete side). I did heard them there still a week ago. Then I talk about the Boquete area....
Well about new immature birds...on the farm we are surrounded by a lot of nests and baby birds. Even there are still birds building nests.No problem with the big amount of rain that we had the past weeks.
The Thrushes are now done with building nests, still a lot of immatures. Still some songs of Thrushes. The orange billed Nightingale Thrushes are still having nests and making nests, which is normal for the time of the year.
Of course the Wrens are very busy still with making nests and breeding . This rufous and white Wren did found a nice ...scary ... spot on the side of our spiny Palm Tree in front of our balcony.
Next to the balcony,bay headed Tanager sitting on eggs, this morning she was very restless, so I think there will be immatures soon.This is a small video I took 17th of June:
This picture of this morning:
Tinamou Cottage Boquete, Chiriquí, PA Jun 27, 2017 9:10 AM - 10:30 AM Protocol: Stationary Comments: sun 44 species Little Tinamou 1 HO Gray-headed Chachalaca 2 Black Vulture 1 Gray-cowled Wood-Rail 1 White-tipped Dove 1 Long-billed Starthroat 1 Rufous-tailed Hummingbird 3 Gartered Trogon 1 + song Lesson's Motmot 1 Red-crowned Woodpecker 2 Golden-olive Woodpecker 1 HO song Yellow-headed Caracara 1 Cocoa Woodcreeper 1 + song Streak-headed Woodcreeper 2 Yellow-olive Flycatcher 2 Panama Flycatcher 2 Boat-billed Flycatcher 2 Tropical Kingbird 1 Three-wattled Bellbird 2 + song Lance-tailed Manakin 1 Yellow-green Vireo 1 + song House Wren 1 Rufous-breasted Wren 1 HO Rufous-and-white Wren 1 Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush 2 + song Clay-colored Thrush 2 + song White-throated Thrush 1 Rufous-capped Warbler 2 Blue-gray Tanager 2 Palm Tanager 2 Bay-headed Tanager 1 Silver-throated Tanager 2 Scarlet-thighed Dacnis 3 Red-legged Honeycreeper 3 Yellow-faced Grassquit 2 Rosy Thrush-Tanager 2 1 seen 1 heard + song Buff-throated Saltator 2 Streaked Saltator 1 HO Black-striped Sparrow 3 family White-naped Brushfinch 2 Flame-colored Tanager 1 Yellow-crowned Euphonia 1 HO song Thick-billed Euphonia 5 Lesser Goldfinch 2