Warbler and opossums at Panama feeders

This 29 November 2018 video from Panama says about itself:

New Species: Mourning Warbler Flits Through Background of Canopy Lodge’s Fruit Feeders

A Mourning Warbler flits through the background of the canopy, marking another new species to visit the Panama Fruit Feeder cam. This small songbird of second-growth forests of eastern and central North America spends its winters in Costa Rica, Panama, and northwestern South America.

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This video says about itself:

Common Opossums Interact and Knock Log Off Panama Fruit Feeder Cam at Canopy Lodge, Nov 28, 2018

When the sun goes down, there’s still plenty to be seen on the Panama Fruit Feeder cam. Last night these two Common Opossums squabbled over the rights to the leftovers on the feeder platform. One opossum finally relinquishes and opts to take its food on the run, but we bet it wasn’t expecting what comes next!

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