A Bird-Finding Guide to Panama
A Bird-Finding Guide to Panama is an essential tool for anyone traveling in search of Panama’s spectacular birds and natural attractions.
Author: George R. Angehr, Dodge Engleman, Lorna Engleman
Publisher: Comstock Publishing Associates, Zona Tropical Publications, Cornell University Press
Year of Publication: 2008
A Bird-Finding Guide to Panama is an essential tool for anyone traveling in search of Panama’s spectacular birds and natural attractions. With more than 970 species and a growing infrastructure of good roads, eco-lodges, and restaurants, Panama is a premier birding and nature tourism destination in the neotropics.
The country’s unique geography, small size, and varied habitats make it easy to see a vast diversity of birds within a short time. The isthmus is a crossroads for the hemisphere’s birdlife—Panama’s varied avifauna includes such Central American specialties as the Resplendent Quetzal in its western highlands, while in the east, in San Blas and the Darien, species more characteristic of South America, such as the Blue-and-yellow Macaw, are found.
Divided into three geographic sections (Canal Area, Eastern Panama, and Western Panama), this bird-finding guide provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on Panama’s best birding sites. Features include detailed site descriptions, directions, road and trail maps, and bird lists, as well as listings of birder-friendly hotels and restaurants. In addition to a comprehensive species list for the country, the book also contains information on where to find more than 360 species of special interest.
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