Toucan eating banana in Panama

This 12 March video says about itself:

Toucan With A Rainbow-colored Bill Comes To The Panama Fruit Feeder For Some Banana – March, 11 2021

A Keel-billed Toucan came in and managed to liberate some banana from under its peel and took some surprisingly dainty bites. These toucans seem mainly to visit the feeder when there is a banana bunch suspended above it.

Collared aracaris feeding in Panama, video

This video says about itself:

Soggy Aracari Feeding Frenzy On The Panama Fruit Feeder – Jan. 27, 2021

The rain failed to dampen appetites as the Collared Aracaris poured onto the banana buffet. This was a cooperative and well-mannered frenzy as these aracaris are highly social and used to sharing food and space in their efforts to thrive.

Mottled owl at Panama fruit feeder

This 21 December 2020 video says about itself:

Panama Fruit Feeder New Cam Species: Mottled Owl

A Mottled Owl landed on the feeder for a look about. Perhaps it was drawn in by the Orange Nectar Bats that are common nighttime visitors to the nectar feeder? This owl thrives in tropical lowland forests, plantations, gardens, and towns. They roost during the day in the dense cover of tall trees, though at night they often hunt from low perches such as fence posts and road signs. Note the rounded head and the eyes framed with whitish crescents and the overall brown plumage that is streaked below.

Gray-headed chachalaca preening in Panama

This video says about itself:

Gray-headed Chachalaca Fans Tail For Preening Session In Panama – Dec. 17, 2020

A Gray-headed Chachalaca spends some time primping and preening its tail on the Panama Fruit Feeder. It takes daily maintenance to make sure those feathers stay aligned and in good condition!

Euphonia birds in Panama, video

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Fulvous-vented Euphonia And Thick-billed Euphonia Males Share Panama Fruit Feeder – Nov. 18, 2020

It was quite a busy afternoon with both Thick-billed and Fulvous-vented male Euphonias, as well as Clay-colored Thrushes and Bananaquits all seeking snacks at the feeder. A morpho butterfly flits in and out of the scene as well, adding to the tropical wonder of this diverse scene. Note the dark throat and bib on the Fulvous-vented Euphonia setting him apart from the Thick-billed who is rich yellow in these areas.

Blue-grey tanagers in Panama

This video says about itself:

Blue-grey Tanager Pair Share The Panama Fruit Feeder – Sept. 24, 2020

A lovely pair of Blue-gray Tanagers visit the feeder and share some banana. These sky-blue tanagers with dark eyes are quite common in towns and gardens and mainly feed at mid and upper levels in trees. Note the cameo by a Snowy-bellied Hummingbird at the end of this highlight on the right nectar feeder.

Many birds at Panama feeder

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Blue-gray Tanagers And A Rufous Motmot Enjoy The Panama Fruit Feeder Buffet – Sept. 16, 2020

A pair of Blue-gray Tanagers visit to fill up on some banana and are then startled off by the sudden arrival of a much larger visitor, the Rufous Motmot. Enjoy this colorful scene of these drastically different tropical birds.

Three-toed sloth at Panama bird feeder

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Three-toed Sloth Visits The Panama Fruit Feeder In The Wee Hours Of The Morning – Aug. 16, 2020

Near dawn, a Three-toed Sloth came slowly into view above the feeding platform. It makes its way across the Cam and then down to the ground and later ascends the tree behind the feeding platform. Three-toed Sloths are adept swimmers, though traveling on the ground is laborious and potentially dangerous, so they do not spend much time out of trees.

Tawny-capped euphonia in Panama

This video says about itself:

Panama Fruit Feeder New Cam Species: Tawny-capped Euphonia – July 28, 2020

Meet the Tawny-capped Euphonia. This is one we suspect may have appeared on the Cam before, though it’s not been documented until now. The males are richly colored with bright yellow underparts, sapphire backs and a crown the color of farm-fresh egg yolks. The females are dull olivey-yellow like many other female euphonias, but have a distinct, tawny forecrown.

Squirrel and rail at Panama bird feeder

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Red-tailed Squirrel And Gray-cowled Wood-Rail Take Turns On The Panama Fruit Feeder – July 12, 2020

Red-tailed and Variegated Squirrels both come to the feeder in search of bananas. This Red[-tailed] Squirrel had a delightful surprise when it discovered a wealth of untouched bananas. There would, however, be some competition for this bounty of fruit in the form of a hungry Gray-Cowled Wood-Rail.