Flame-rumped tanager parent feeds juvenile


This video from Panama says about itself:

Flame-rumped Tanager Feeds Young On Feeder – June 21, 2019

A fledged juvenile Flame-rumped Tanager begs for food from an adult on the feeder and is fed some banana. Sometimes referred to, equally appropriately, as Yellow-rumped Tanager, this species occurs from western Panama south through Colombia to western Ecuador. They breed from February through May in Panama.

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Tanagers at Panama feeders, video


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Palm and Blue-gray Tanagers Visit The Panama Feeders – June 7, 2019

The Palm Tanager is one of the most widespread and familiar birds of humid lowland forests of the neotropics, from Nicaragua south to southern Brazil. The Palm Tanager is similar in many ways to the Blue-gray Tanager, although the Palm Tanager is less likely to colonize urban centers, as do Blue-gray Tanagers.

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Featuring also other birds, like a clay-coloured thrush.

I saw palm tanagers and blue-gray tanagers in Suriname.

Lance-tailed manakins dancing in Panama, video


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Excellent Display and Dancing at Lance-tailed Manakin Cam | Cornell Lab

This cam shows one display perch in a population of Lance-tailed Manakins on Isla Boca Brava, Chiriquí, Panamá, that has been monitored intensively since 1999. Lance-tailed Manakins are small passerine birds in the family Pipridae that live in secondary growth forests of Western Panama, Columbia, and Venezuela.

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Agoutis in Panama, video


This video from Panama says about itself:

Agouti And A Look At The Cam Surroundings – April 22, 2019

Normally the cam is zoomed right in on the platform so we can have a high definition, close look at the creatures that forage here, yet today we offered a broader picture. The reward for this was that we were able to watch some Central American agoutis foraging around the feeding platform and trails!

I remember this species from Costa Rica.

Orange-billed sparrow, hummingbird in Panama


This video from Panama says about itself:

A Seldom Seen Orange-billed Sparrow Drops In – April 25, 2019

A rare visitor to the feeder, the Orange-billed Sparrow stopped in this morning. This medium-sized sparrow is found in undergrowth habitats within primary and secondary forests, but occasionally ventures out onto paths or edges of clearings. A Snowy-bellied Hummingbird can also be seen making a pit stop at the nectar feeder.

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Disabled Panamanian motmot still surviving


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Impaired Rufous Motmot Still Thriving – April 12, 2019

This one-eyed Rufous Motmot is a regular visitor to the feeder. Despite this obvious impairment, it seems to get along just fine.

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

So, the carrion crow with a broken wing in the botanical garden is not the only disabled bird.