I hope you enjoyed the Top 10 Most Frequently Reported Birds in Panama in late January that I posted last week. Again, I am using eBird data for the entire country of Panama, the last 2 weeks for all years. There is not a ton of data, but it is way better than nothing! I am using data I collected July 13, 2013 (last month). And all of this is preparation for my trip to Panama January 18-25 with Wildside Nature Tours. You can sign up for the trip and come birding in Central America with me at this link: Panama Canal Zone and Pipeline Road Birding with Greg Miller
As I said before, some of Panama’s most common birds are birds that you will recognize from North America. Like this one:
Did you enjoy the links to pictures about all those birds? Did you learn the Top 10? Cool. Then you must be ready for numbers 11-20.
Most Frequently Reported Birds in Panama for late January #11-20
11. Ruddy Ground-Dove 12. Variable Seedeater 13. Red-crowned Woodpecker 14. Great Kiskadee 15. Palm Tanager 16. Brown Pelican 17. Gray-breasted Martin 18. Plain-colored Tanager 19. Great Egret 20. Red-lored Parrot
There you have it–this week’s homework! Ok. It’s too much fun to call homework. It is fun to learn new birds and dream about a cool tropical wonderland like Panama!
Be on the lookout for more goodies on the Impatient Birder series! Coming soon: When and Where to look for a target species in North America. Yup. Species accounts.