It’s been a week of ploughing through photos, and it’s not done yet, but here are a few more pictures from our time at the Canopy Tower.
The view from the Canopy Tower looking towards Panama City
Whooping Motmot. Probably the best-looking of the Motmots here, but they always sit in shadow
A small part of a flock of over 5000 Broad-winged Hawks (they’re about the size of a Buzzard). There are approximately 1077 hawks in this photo.
You. Will. Give. Me. A. Banana!
Going along the canal
There’s room to pass in this bit
Why do they never call these cranes Cuthbert or Quentin?
Black-crowned Antshrike, female
The view from the tower at the Rainforest Discovery Centre on Pipeline Road
The ever-changing view from the Tower
A Great Jacamar hides at close range
Finally it comes into full view
A juvenile male Black-throated Trogon
A car-carrier goes down the canal
Slaty-tailed Trogon, female
Presumably these will grow up into Hawkmoths
Sulfur Yellow Butterfly
Northern Barred Woodcreeper
One more Tower view