As I was walking along the Cinta Costera I caught sight of this perky pelican hanging out in a tree. He seemed to be looking out over the water contemplating the horizon or maybe he was scanning the water for his next meal. Who knows. The important thing is that I was carrying my camera and was able to capture him on film.
On one of my recent visits to Casco Antiguo I was greeted by this cute little pooch, who stuck his head through the wrought iron railings and peered down at me as I walked by. He seemed to want to come down to the street and have some fun. Well, friends, whether you have four legs or only two, Casco Antiguo is definitely a place to have fun and enjoy yourself.
As Panama grows and progresses, we must not forget that we share this paradise with other species. This little fellow seems to be contemplating the encroaching buildings. Progress always comes with a price tag. Hopefully our wildlife will not pay the price.
A great place to go birdwatching is in Gamboa. The flora and fauna are magnificent. Birds abound! If you are interested in a tour along the Pipeline Road give Panama Great Adventures a call at (507) 317-0791. Ask for Maria Isabel Herrera. She is the best travel planner EVER! This picture is just a small sample of the incredible birds you will see in Gamboa. http://www.pipelineroad.org/ http://www.panamagreatadventures.com/
If you love to indulge in birdwatching, Panama is the place to visit. There is an excellent company that specializes in birdwatching tours called Panama Great Adventures. I highly recommend it for its organization, its incredible service, and the high quality tours it sponsors. Visit their website at panamagreatadventures.com or you may email the owner/operator at email@example.com.
Morning has broken and wherever you look you find beauty. Panama is a thriving city in the middle of a diverse biosphere where nature virtually jumps out at you. This beautiful hummingbird was captured on film just a few minutes outside the city in Gamboa. If you are a birdwatcher, Panama is the place to visit. http://www.pipelineroad.org/