Discussion in 'The Meadow' started by Satira Capriccio, Jan 2, 2019.
It's in color again!
Panama Fruit Feeder Cam
Cool! And it has it's own thread! Now I can upload lots of pictures!
YAY!!! Thanks for letting us know Satira.
Yes indeed! We can post screenshots to our heart's content now!
It amazes me how much fruit these birds like.
Wow - There was a strange looking bird at the feeder...and he stole some food for later
Yes, I saw a squirrel, who actually joined the birds for lunch one day, with the old camera the middle of last month. Really looked funny when you're only expecting to see birds on the Feeder.
I've seen him before at night...
I think that may be when I saw him as well, at night.
Anyway, I think I caught a Toucan with the squirrel a little while ago. Got interrupted by a telephone call, so just posting it now.
Yes, first time I saw one there.
I enjoy watching the squirrel(s) as much as I do the birds. I caught him (or her) this afternoon after the birds had devoured the bananas. There just wasn't much fruit left in the bananas, so the squirrel was trying to get the last bits, and then the food guy arrived to replenish the fruit. Looks like that's the feeding you caught Alisa. It only took a few minutes for the squirrel to come back after the guy left, and he (or she) was in heaven. I wondered if that fruit left that time was plantains. Especially, since the food guy cut them diagonally instead of lengthwise.
Oh, so you can see the caretakers when they add more food. I haven't seen that yet.
wow thts so iteresting i love birds andout door animals and id sit for hours watching thm thnk u for psting this xxx
Oh, now this guy's colorful, and I can see in the second image it's starting to get darker.
Oh, and I just saw the camera switch to Black & White. Interesting.
They replenish the feeder every two hours between 7 AM and 5 PM.
The Rufous Motmot is incredibly striking in black & white.
Which one is the Rufous Motmot?
Edited to Add: Never mind. I just did a search on Wikipedia, and it's the last "colorful" bird I saw on the feeder.
I had posted this previously, but this video helps to identify the most frequent visitors to the Panama Fruit Feeder Cam
Oh thanks. OK, now I know the species of some of the birds I've seen the past couple of days.
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