Panama Day 7: #731-#733 at the Canopy Lodge

On Satrurday, after a couple of hours of driving (half of which I slept through), we arrived at the Canopy Lodge in time for lunch. And I got upgraded to a large room. Yay! My room at the Tower was the size of a large closet. And I have a balcony that has a good view of a tree popular with birds waiting for the feeder. Good for photography. On the downside the Wifi is much less reliable at the Lodge than the Tower. I don’t know why.

The lodge has feeding platforms that attract a different group of birds since we’re further west and higher up. However there were, a bit surprisingly, no lifers at lunch. After lunch though, we walked up the road and explored a bit in the Canopy Adventure, and this added four new species:

  1. Rufous-capped Warbler (one of my target birds)
  2. Common Tody-Flycatcher
  3. Streaked Saltator
  4. Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush (good find; these are secretive and usually hard to see

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