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Birding Central Panama - DVD (All Regions) An Antswarm along Pipeline Road

By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 100 min
Birding Central Panama - DVD (All Regions)
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Pipeline Road, Central Panama, in the presence of an antswarm certainly lifts forest birding to another level.

Panama, the most southerly country of Central America is blessed with a rich biodiversity & wonderful birding lodges, located amidst spectacular scenery. Panama has a phenomenal 929 bird species, with the easily-accessible Central Region hosting some 600+ of this total.

The film highlights birding adventures in this Central Region, initially working the Soberania National Park of the Canal Zone & secondly birding the higher elevations of the El Valle region, some two hours drive westwards

Join Malcolm & the team birding Semaphore Hill, Summit Ponds, Old Gamboa Road & Pipeline Road. Travel further afield – shorebirding along the Pacific coast, the highlands of Cerro Azul, the renowned Achiote Road, Tocumen Marsh

Then experience the completely different habitats of El Valle, searching for orange – bellied trogons, black – crowned antpittas, white-tipped sicklebills & the like.

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By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 100 min
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