Hummingbird, motmot, squirrel in Panama


This video says about itself:

Rufous Motmot Nips Variegated Squirrel That Comes Too Close – Jan. 6, 2018

In an interesting interspecies interaction, a Rufous Motmot lets a Variegated Squirrel know how close is too close on the Panama fruit feeders.

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

This video says about itself:

New Cam Species: Stripe-throated Hermit | Panama Fruit Feeder Cam – Jan. 6, 2018

The Stripe-throated Hermit is a tiny tropical hummingbird with pointed, white-tipped central tail feathers. Note the black mask over the eye, bordered by white stripes on the supercillium and malar, and bright cinnamon underparts. Despite being commonly found in the understory of a variety of humid habitats around Panama, this is the first individual we’ve spotted in front of the Panama Fruit Feeder cam at Canopy Lodge.

Meanwhile, below the hummingbird feeder, a rufous motmot and a clay-coloured thrush.

1 thought on “Hummingbird, motmot, squirrel in Panama

  1. Pingback: Motmot, oropendola, thrushes in Panama | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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