Mostrando las entradas de septiembre, 2006

More from Tocumen

The Canopy Tower's Carlos Bethancourt swung by Tocumen Marsh looking for the Jabiru. While he didn't find that, he did see a Gray-breasted Crake poke its head out of the grass and this male White-tailed Nightjar. Photo by Dustin Huntington.

Jabiru in Tocumen

The Canopy Tower's José Soto found a juvenile Jabiru in Tocumen Marsh, on the flooded ricefields beyond the left fork of the T-Junction by the dike trail while visiting with two tourists on the morning of September 18. This morning, Euclides Campos, José Carlos García, Mahelis Samudio and Rosabel Miró succeeded in finding and photographing the bird in pretty much the same general area. This is the first report from Central Panama since the sixties (or was it the fifties?)