Black-throated Green Warbler

Feb. 5, 2013

Went birding today from 7:00 a.m. to 12:15.  On a mission from gaad to find Glyn's great rare tick:  A Tiny Hawk. She found it yesterday and sent me a photo to ID for her. She's doing very well--A Northern Parula and now a Tiny Hawk--Tiny Hawk is not listed on the species list for
Ft. Sherman/San Lorenzo.  Congrats Glyns! I keep saying San Lorenzo is every bit as good as Achiote (better in my opinion) and Pipeline. 
I went to the area she saw the hawk on the way to Playa Diablo and again on the way home, but was unable to find it.  However, I did find lifer #955:  Black-throated Green Warbler--a bit of a rarity for Sherman/San Lorenzo. It is a montane/highland bird.

Todays bird list as I saw them:
Black Vultures
Gray-breasted Martins
Great Kiskadees
Great-tailed Grackles
Turkey Vulures
Spotted Sandpiper
Yellow-backed Oriole
Tropical Kingbird
Paalm Tanager
Tropical Mockingbird
Common Black-Hawk
Mealy Parrots
Social Flycatcher
White-tipped Dove
Blue-gray Tanager
Yellow-bellied Elaenia
Crimson-backed Tanager
Common Tody-Flycatcher
Blue-black Grassquit
Bright-rumped Attila (heard)
Magnificent Frigatebirds
Keel-billed Toucan
Violaceous Trogan
White-shouldered Tanager
Cocoa Woodcreeper
Bay Wren
Chestnut-sided Warbler
Yellow-headed Caracara
Black-chested Jay
Golden-collared Manakin
Panama Flycatcher
Variable Seedeater
Blue Dacnis
Chestnut-mandibled Toucan
Slaty-tailed Trogon
Yellow-rumped Cacique
Short-tailed Swifts
Peewee? (heard)
Plain-colored Tanager
Black-throated Green Warbler
Red-crowned Woodpecker
Thick-billed Euphonia
Smooth-billed Anis
Orange-chinned Parakeets

Anteaters are one of the many things I will miss when I leave. Northern Tamandua; Tamandua mexicana.

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