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PANAMA'S CANOPY TOWER & LODGE

The Bay Wren is lovely to see--and also fun to hear as pairs duet loudly. (Photo by guide Chris Benesh)
This tour combines the best of both worlds into a great week: The Canopy Tower and Pipeline Road with the Canopy Lodge and the montane forest of El Valle de Anton.

For an informative overview of all our Panama birding tours, see Panama: Field Guides Tours.

LAST SPACES NOTE
Only two spaces remain open on our Mar 11, 2018 departure.

This itinerary to bird-rich Panama combines two wonderful sites that we typically visit on separate tours: the famous Canopy Tower in central Panama, not far outside Panama City and with ready access to rich lowland birding and Pipeline Road, and the lovely Canopy Lodge in the foothills of El Valle de Anton, offering a wealth of additional new birds to discover. What a wonderful excuse for a week's birding!

We'll spend four nights at the Canopy Tower followed by two at the Canopy Lodge before returning to Panama City for our last evening. Along the way we should see a fantastic assortment of birds (and mammals), from such regular Canopy Tower lovelies as Blue Cotinga, Green Shrike-Vireo, zippy Red-capped and Blue-crowned manakins, and Keel-billed and Black-mandibled toucans, to a rich variety of other equally flashy Neotropical birds such as trogons, puffbirds, and motmots. We'll be watching and listening, too, of course, for the frenzy of activity that accompanies an active army ant swarm--in which case a fancy Ocellated Antbird or two might be advance warning of a bevy of additional prizes.

Leaving the lowlands for the Canopy Lodge, we'll gain access to some gorgeous montane cloud forest and cooler climes. The Lodge grounds themselves are busy with bird activity, with the stream attracting Sunbittern and other water-loving species and the nectar and fruit feeders a constant distraction. And if such tantalizing species as Tody Motmot, Rosy Thrush-Tanager, or Black-crowned Antpitta are still on your most-wanted list, well, here's a chance to go in pursuit.

The hospitality and food at both lodges are wonderful, and the birding is fabulous. So grab your binoculars and come join us for a fantastic February break!

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Combo Tours
If you would like a longer birding holiday, some departures of this tour may be combined with:
WESTERN PANAMA: CHIRIQUI & BOCAS DEL TORO

Other Tours in PANAMA



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2018 Departures
Mar 11-18

2019 Departures
Mar 3-10

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John Coons

What to Expect
Good to excellent accommodations, moderate terrain, warm climate.

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