Another bunch of pictures from Panama, this time from the Canopy Camp.
A White-necked Puffbird waits for us in a lay-by.
Black-throated Mango, female
The river at Torti
Our tent at the camp
The view from our tent. Spot the Sloth.
One of the very few moths at the camp “moth trap”
Brood parasitism in action: this Orange-crowned Oriole is feeding a young Shiny Cowbird
Northern Royal Flycatcher
Blue Morpho, closed as usual.
White-tailed Trogon, female
White-tailed Trogon, male
This spider is in trouble: caught in the middle of an ant-swarm, the end of the branch is the only place they haven’t got to yet.
Look carefully: there’s an animal a foot long in this picture.
Wasp making paper from our platform
A rubbish picture of great birds: Great Green Macaw
American Purple Gallinule
The big day begins: after an hour in the van and another in a 4×4 we start our three-hour dugout canoe trip.
A couple of miles walking after the boat and we finally get to our target. A female Harpy Eagle on a nest.
As a guide to how huge they are, the legs are about 2 inches in diameter.
This spider is busy making a packed lunch
No frog in the shower on this trip, but the bathroom grasshopper is gigantic.
Most of a spider
Glorious Blue Skipper