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Don't know if people are aware but there is (I think) a new LIVE camera on You Tube based in West Texas which has simply awesome hummingbirds as it's main attraction. Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOANxFGgYBI.  You will not be disappointed.   



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The URL seems to have changed

Try this: youtu.be/BP8mCXXwDfc

For background info: www.canopytower.com

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Red Legged Honeycreeper at about 4.15pm our time today.



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white tipped dove in panama 



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House Wren



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10 Chestnut-headed Oropendola



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In the last few hours in Panama after a quick rewind, of the more unusual stuff...

- 4 Chestnut-headed Oropendolas together
- 1 Collared Aracari
- 1 Red-crowned Ant Tanager
- 2 Green Honeycreeper (both m + f)

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Awesome that John, the Varigated Squirrel was back again yesterday with the Rufous Motmot, I've noticed some birds tolerate certain other birds and some of these Squirrels, others fly off well before and you kind of have an incline something is due on the feeder.
Something I have noticed is those Grey-headed Chacalaca's can clean up on that feeder, especially when that group of 6 turn up, they are there for ages, and subsequently the feeder can be void of fruit for ages.

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Another new one for me in Panama - Black-chested Jay

Cheers John

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red crowned ant tanager? tonight in panama



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A quick glance and rewind yesterday evening.

Panama.
- Gray-cowled Wood-Rail (Gray-necked Wood-Rail)
- Chestnut-headed Oropendola
- Green Honeycreeper
- Red-legged Honeycreeper
- 6 Grey-headed Chakalaka's again

New York (very busy)
- 3 Red-winged blackbirds
- 2 Common Grackles
- Hairy Woodpecker (probably)
- Eurasian Starlings


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I think this is a new one - American Crow in Ontario

Cheers John

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Ithaca NY Morning Dove, Red Bellied Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Red Winged Blackbird, Northern Cardinal, European Starling, some sort of Hawk in the trees at the back, 3 Blue Jay, Black Capped Chickadee, Grackles, Tufted Titmouse,  all in 30 minutes



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Getting addictive...Now added to the Ontario Feeders, Ruffed Grouse and to the Sappsucker ones, American Goldfinch, White-breasted Nuthatch and both male and female Northern Cardinal. In real life I would have had six lifers.

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Baltimore Oriel in panama 



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The grouse has got to be the top bird so far.

Sapsucker is pretty good right now, heavy snow so the feeders have been mobbed. initially up to 25 Blackbirds and Grackles, then lots of the Goldfinches and Mourning Doves, Red-bellied Woodpecker and best of all, after 30 minutes at least of coaxing, a Northern Cardinal up on the table. What a beauty!



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In Ontario a few minutes ago - Ruffed Grouse.

Cheers John

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Just seen 2 male 2 female red legged honey creeper



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Sapsucker Feeders European Starling, Common Grackle, Hairy Woodpecker, Mourning Dove, Tufted Titmouse, Blue Jay, Black-capped Chickadee, Red-bellied Woodpecker. Ontario Feeders Red-breasted Nuthatch, Black-capped Chickadee, Pine Grosbeak, Evening Grosbeak, Common Redpoll, Blue Jay. Ive too much time on my hands..

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I think I had one on Saturday Ian, see my post below, difficult to tell with the small greenish yellow birds that visit the fruit, obviously the greeny cast of the jungle foliage, the light, shadows etc.

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what looks like Tennessee warbler far left 



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A lizard was on the tree at the back earlier, I'll try to id then post again.

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Sorry my mistake, house finch not bunting

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I did wonder about House Bunting, can only see them as being resident in Africa, mainly in the North.
European Starling I should imagine are fairly common now after being introduced.

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On the Sapsucker feeders, just notched up Hairy Woodpecker, so I'm nearing parity with you Brian, bearing in mind that my peripheral fowl have now been excluded. However I am intrigued by House Bunting on your list, is there a Cat C type population in the US as with the Starling for instance? It's not cricket to challenge IDs and I certainly wouldn't for a UK sighting but with this being US birds and a bit of fun I did wonder, please don't be offended.

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Smart that John, there's a Brown Four-eyed Opossum and 4 subspecies of the 'Gray' too!
I think the ears on the Brown are mostly naked, this one clearly shows fur on the ears. smile

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Also, according to Wikipedia "Its testicles drag on the ground behind it as it walks".

Which accounts for its local name of " The Oomigoolie 'Possum" derived from its shrill cry when travelling over sharp gravel or brambles.

This little gem is according to me .... you can't beat the old jokes !!

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New York feeder list now 15, latest eurasion starling

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Smart that John, there's a Brown Four-eyed Opossum and 4 subspecies of the 'Gray' too!
I think the ears on the Brown are mostly naked, this one clearly shows fur on the ears. smile

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In addition to the birds a new mammal. Looks like a Grey Four-eyed Opossum.

Cheers John

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In the last few hours...

Cornell, NY.
- Common Grackle
- Hairy Woodpecker
- Red-winged Blackbird

Panama.
- Chestnut-headed Oropendola
- Rufous Motmot (1st time I've copped for this one)
- 6 Grey-headed Chacalaca's (1st time)
- seems to be a lot of those Blue Morpho Butterflies too


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Hi Simon, just counting birds on the feeders.

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...and the Great Blue Heron sometimes seen in the background too.



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Hi Brian

Are you counting Canada Goose and Mallard seen in the background?

Simon

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New York feeder list now 14,latest common grackle.



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I've seen also on that feeder recently: Eurasian Starling and Common Grackle



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It was red winged blackbird.

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Just seen number 13 which i think was red winged blackbird, although this looked a lot like tricoloured blackbird, although net says it's a pacific coast bird ,help! just when I thought it was easy!

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Typo, i meant red bellied woodpecker which is probably my favourite so far!

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Spent quite a few hours watching the new York sapsucker woods feeder ,have only managed 12 species so far, although i find identification of most quite easy so far except American tree sparrow, birds so far include American goldfinch Tufted titmouse House bunting White breasted nuthatch Downy woodpecker Mourning dove American tree sparrow Hairy woodpecker Red breasted woodpecker Blue jay Black capped chicadee Northern cardinal Anyone seen anything else?

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Smart birds those Evening Grosbeaks John, unusual plumage to say the least and their faces remind me so much of a Hawfinch.
Yeah last one was 1980 Highland.

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The Reds versus The Yellows in Ontario with a Redpoll as ref.

About time we had another Evening Grosbeak in Britain, just looked it up and it's getting on for 40 years since the last one. (I'd settle for a Pine Grosbeak though).

Cheers John

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Worth a quick scan when I got in as I think this could be a Tennessee Warbler, correct me if it's not. I'm not the best on tropical Birds.


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Rob,
The female Red - crowned Woodpecker I had seen several times,
But this was the first male I have seen.
Yes we got the power outage yesterday and about 1.30pm out there today we got loud off stage talking, with laughter, that flushed everything for sometime.
So I could get some work done.

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keith mills wrote:

The male Red- crowned Woodpecker showed just now.





Keith there was 2 (presumably a pair?) at 14.41 hrs Panama time, roughly 2 hours ago. Glad to see the live feed back on, there was an unexpected power cut yesterday.

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The male Red- crowned Woodpecker showed just now.

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A couple of visits from the Grey-cowled Woodrail this afternoon. First time I have seen it.

Cheers John

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Good candidate(s)

The list of recent sightings in last 7 days included

 Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet and Yellow-bellied Elaenia

There's also a character in sun glasses who gives you a wave when restocking the feeder. biggrin

 

Also earlier today Prothonotary Warbler



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Tough one Ian, especially from one image where only one position of the bird is depicted.
Mottled-cheeked Tyrannulet perhaps, or what about female Blackpoll Warbler?

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(what looks like a species of Tyrannulet (?) far left

 



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Yep looks good Mike, cheers.

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