Sunday, July 15, 2007

Lanceolated Monklet in Santa Fe. A report by Rosabel Miró.

Seven years after our initial (and lucky) sighting of a pair of Lanceolated Monklets during the yearly PAS fieldtrip to Santa Fe, Veraguas, we did it again. On Saturday, July 14, at around 7:45am we found a pair at pretty much the same spot: the place where the "Primer Brazo del Río Mulabá" crosses the road beyond Alto de Piedra. They were both singing, and very active. One of them flew in and called back at our tapes. Attached is a photo.


Along the recently-fixed road to Guabal we found many Inga trees in flower, attended by many Green Thorntails, both male and female.

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