Mostrando las entradas de septiembre, 2015

American Avocets in Aguadulce

And speaking of spoonbills, Howard Laidlaw and Margot Ramos found a bunch in Aguadulce on September 21. But birds of the day were 2 American Avocets  on the last ponds on the west side of the road before reaching the beach. Also present  amongst the multitude of shorebirds were 6 Wilson’s Phalaropes.

Roseate Spoonbill in Panamá Viejo

Mario Ocaña found two Roseate Spoonbills in Panamá Viejo on September 9.

White-throated Flycatcher in Amador, a report by Venicio Wilson

On September 5, while birding with Diego Postigo and his 6 year old son Carlos, I saw an Empidonax with relatively long bill, whitish lores, pale yellow belly and a totally white throat and upper chest. Bird was moving constanly. Did not heard it call. I send this pictures to Ito (Genover) Santamaria and he agrees that the bird is a White-throated Flycatcher . The bird was spoted near the 2nd balcony on the walkway from the Yacht Club to Biomuseo.