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Day 7: Zip-lining!

semi-overcast 75 °F

Hello all,

Today was a break from the birding, so I will attempt to make this post short and sweet.

My family and I went zip-lining over the rainforest today. It was very, very fun, and even my little sister Pearl went!

Back at our place in Boquete, I saw a few interesting avian species and gained two life birds: Tropical Parula and Yellow-bellied Siskin. My life list (list of birds that I have seen in my life) is now up to 377 from 375 yesterday.

Here are a few photos of the birds. Enjoy!

Yellow-bellied Siskin (male)
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Yellow-bellied Siskin (female)
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Tropical Parula
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Tomorrow will be a full morning of searching for the Resplendent Quetzal.

Stay tuned, and happy birding as always!

Henry

Posted by skwclar 18:04 Archived in Panama

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