I've only been back in Panama for nine days and I am already falling behind on what I'd like to post. On the same morning I went to check out the San Lorenzo road closure, I did a little walking along the road near Playa Diablo. It was a beautiful morning and I breathed in the jungle as I scanned and listened. I found a butterfly I hadn't seen before. It's a skipper and I think it could be a Vettius chagres. The only image of one I could find on the net was a murdered one and the colors were faded. I'm not sure if this is a chagres or another Vettius, but pretty sure it is a Vettius. I'll post it on Bird Forum ( http://www.birdforum.net/ )and see if someone can give me a positive ID.
Until I hear differently, I will post it here as a possible Vettius chagres.
Juvenile Little Blue Heron
Heard much more often than seen: Short-billed Pigeon. I think its call sounds like, "Who dropped the ball?"