The BioFiles - Bill Hubick

Records from 7/6/2010

A male Crimson-backed Tanager near Gamboa, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Common Potoo, the rainforest's most muppet-like of denizens, sings its haunting song (Panama, 7/6/2010).   View page

A Great Tinamou roosting in a tree at night. Although its beautiful song is heard regularly in this area, this was a very unexpected opportunity to study this reclusive ground-dwelling bird (Panama, 7/6/2010).   View page

A Great Tinamou roosting in a tree at night. Although its beautiful song is heard regularly in this area, this was a very unexpected opportunity to study this reclusive ground-dwelling bird (Panama, 7/6/2010).   View page

The Pied Puffbird is the smallest of the local puffbirds. At least one local birder nicknamed it "Puffito" (slang for little puffbird) (Gamboa area, Panama, 7/6/2010).   View page

An immature Double-toothed Kite in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Pale-vented Pigeon in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

An immature Yellow-headed Caracara in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

An adult Yellow-headed Caracara in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Rufescent Tiger-Heron kills its prey with its eyes (Gamboa, Panama, 7/6/2010).   View page

A Rufescent Tiger-Heron in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Rufescent Tiger-Heron in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A wonderfully cooperative Rufescent Tiger-Heron in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010). When my wife Becky later spotted her first skulking through dense vegetation, she called back, "I have a bittern." I totally see why. I could get used to "Tiger-Bittern"...   View page

A cooperative Isthmian Wren (split from Plain Wren) in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A cooperative Isthmian Wren (split from Plain Wren) in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Red-capped Manakin in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Pheasant Cuckoo in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Pheasant Cuckoo in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010). A personal favorite, one of the more difficult species to see in the Panamanian rainforest, the Pheasant Cuckoo. My friend Tom Feild has heard it called "Ghost of the Squirrel Cuckoo"   View page

A female Fasciated Antshrike gathering nesting material in Colón, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Pin-tailed Pondhawk near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).   View page

A Hoffmann's Two-toed Sloth makes a glacial transfer between trees in the canopy at night. It slowly, precariously reached out, finally got a good grip, and pulled the new tree close for the transfer. (Panama, 7/6/2010).   View page

A Flame-tailed Pondhawk near Gamboa, Panama (7/6/2010).   View page

A Central American Agouti in Colón, Provincia de Colón, Panama(7/6/2010).   View page

Panamanian Night Monkeys in Colón Co., Provincia de Colón (7/6/2010).   View page

Panamanian Night Monkeys in Colón Co., Provincia de Colón (7/6/2010).   View page


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