Young bird, parents at Panama feeder

This video says about itself:

Juvenile Gray-headed Chachalaca Forages With Two Adults – June 27, 2018

Across much of the world, young birds are beginning to venture out into the wild under the watch of their parents to learn what life will be like as an adult bird. One of the first lessons: where to find food.

Here, a juvenile Gray-headed Chachalaca learns that the Panama feeder is a one-stop shop for fresh, fleshy fruit.

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The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is a collaboration between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Canopy Family.

I know gray-headed chachalacas from Costa Rica.

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