Panama - between hummingbirds and container ships

Submitted by Jürgen Tenckhoff on Tue, 10/15/2019 - 16:51
Braunschwanz-Amazilie in Boquete, Panama

A ride through the different regions of Panama shows you the tremendous diversity of this country in Central America, which is reportedly reduced to the Panama Canal. But the country also boasts an extremely species-rich wildlife that is unparalleled in America. Already the bird world is waiting with unique specimens, be it the quetzal, which greets the day with a beautiful singing at sunrise or the graceful and fast-moving hummingbirds, which one gets to see in the mountains of Boquete. Corresponding photos require a lot of patience and a willingness to set off in time for sunrise at the picking locations selected the day before.

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